Snelsonian Motion Series
The underlying structures of the Snelsonian Motion series are based on quasi-symmetrical tessellations—(shadows from 6 and 10-dimensional space), comparing to one of the “String Theories”, which describes our reality as 10-dimensional.
The paintings utilize a "crystalline model for the atom" developed by
sculptor Kenneth Snelson , and superimpose onto it curvilinear paths of
sub-atomic motion resembling “Brownian Motion” in their
unpredictability, as they trace a particle’s random meanderings through