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Acrylic on canvas

W58 cm x H75 cm


Events in time can be perceived, rather than time itself. Time is relative to human sensory perception and memory, which explains why it seems to contract and expand. During creative activities, time perception can change radically into a state of ‘flow’. In physics, space is understood as being three-dimensional, intertwined with time, or the fourth dimension. Both form a single ‘space-time continuum’, a theory that has allowed to unravel the workings of the universe at subatomic levels. The new understanding of these findings, in turn, influenced the human perception of the world.


Space-Time Continuum

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