A Theory of Inflatable Universes, or What Can Be Seen in Bubble Bath…, 2011
ink on paper, Dimensions Variable, Duration Variable
The drawings from the series A Theory of Inflatable Universes, or What Can Be Seen in Bubble Bath…make reference, on one hand, to the famous theory, formulated by Alan Guth and further developed by Andriey Linde, concerning the initial model of the universe which would lead to the formation of the one we know today. On the other hand, they lead to a simple situation which can be observed in the bath tub. The elaborate form of the drawings constitutes a genus of meditation.
They indicate the multiplicity of theories; the power of imagination, but also they expose the weaknesses of the theories.