The intellectual universe can best be described by a 3-dimensional model. 2-dimensional cuts or n-dimensional equations are possible but ineffective to comprehend the whole paradigm. The key task is to develop a model that can be described using Cartesian coordinates.
The physical world consists of atoms on a micro level and galaxies on a macro level, while the intellectual universe consists of thoughts that can either be mirrored by a reflection of neuron impulses or bundled into an overarching cultural movement. Most importantly, thoughts are countable entities if we agree on a unit of measurement. We can develop an idea axis to represent this countability.
A single observer creates magnitude and depth to every countable idea. This depth is the art axis. In art, the initial idea transforms with every observer´s perspective. With mathematical equations, this shift is minimal but quite considerable with creative expression.
Ideas create art and art, ideas. They are separated by the function of time. This time can be measured theoretically in developmental stages, but in practice occurs in seconds or years.
Each axis is identified by a primary color.
Technique: glass melted on glass
Size: 24 inches x 33 inches (61cm x 84cm)
Single piece of artwork. No copies.