The marble sculptures by British artist Matthew Simmonds aren’t your typical human forms popularized by the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Instead, he carves detailed and solitary architectural interiors into a corner or side of a hunk of stone. Simmonds leaves the natural edges of the rocks juxtaposed with his small, finished spaces. He pays homage to sacred buildings like baroque basilicas and Ancient Roman Temples by depicting some of their defining features like domed-roofs and elaborate ...
Erik Söderberg. Fractal Experience. Personal project 2011. Humans and nature seemingly differentiates in a fundamental way. Human beings appears to prefer strict geometric design while nature flow in a chaotic, organic way. When investigating further one realize that nature follows certain highly advanced patterns and that we humans from time to time prefer the organic flow - rather then the well defined, controlled and organized.
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Astronomers define our place in the cosmos | Cosmos. As the Milky Way hurtles through space, it doesn't travel alone. It is part of a galactic supercluster which a team of astronomers has just succeeded in mapping. Their map, which graces the cover of September’s Nature, is named Laniakea, Hawaiian for “immeasurable heaven”. They say it contains about 100,000 galaxies clustered into a roughly heart-shaped structure, all engaged in a common galactic waltz.