Gravitational Wave Photographic series released visualising Einstein's General Theory Of Relativity

gravitational wave photography helping better understand the science behind Einstein's theory
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I am so pleased to be able to announce the print release from 'Cymatic Water & Light', the series beautifully demonstrates gravitational waves as detailed in Einstein's 1916 'General Theory Of Relativity'. Now with verifying data released by Nasa, this exciting area of scientific research is being dramatically expanded in scope to further our understanding of the universe. 
As in the past I have designed a framing option that perfectly compliment the works. One is a solar 3D printed 'Vortex' round frame made of recycled PLA plastic, a design that emulates the gravitational pull of a black hole. The other frame is made of sustainably harvested cedar wood, it is axe felled & air dried in the forest and prepared in the traditional Japanese Shou Sugi Ban burning process finished in shellac. Both frames are chemical & carbon neutral and every stage is fabricated by my own hand in the studio, a process I find deeply satisfying. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
With the framing complete I am able to release the PDF catalogue of works, each is a unique photographic print with no editions ever to be released. The text is in conversation with curator & writer Paul Carey-Kent titled 'From water to the universe'.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
These works are available for rights managed licensing, you can view the whole collection of over 1000 images here on the UnderWaterImageLibrary.com
a round vortex framed artwork the frame emulates a black hole the artwork visualises gravitational waves
solar 3D printed 'Vortex' round frame made of recycled PLA plastic
gravitational waves in the frame
traditional Japanese Shou Sugi Ban burnt & shellac finish

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