Photographs taken by the Hubble Space Telescope are almost always viewed in a visual vacuum. Rarely do we contextualize our own existence within these images. This series of double exposures is a reminder that the cosmos is inside of us, that the heavy elements that make life possible were forged deep within the furnaces of stars, and that our eventual fate is still linked with these scenes of nebulae and star clusters. This photograph is a scene from Lake George, New York, overlaid with a shot taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. This landscape is made up of the same constituent elements shown in the Hubble shots - Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen - but arranged in such a way that gives us trees, water, and air. This visualization allows us to literally see the existential connection. We can't quite tell where the sky ends and the nebula cloud starts.
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Details: Black Frame is a contemporary classic matte black wood sized 1.25 inches (H) x 0.75 inches (W). White Frame is a contemporary classic matte white wood sized 1.25 inches (H) x 0.75 inches (W). Art Block is a glassless, handmade, wood grain finish, and the wood is a green sourced product and is made in the USA. Art Blocks arrive ready to mount with a user-friendly hanging kit. Printed as a archival digital ink jet print on Epson's 260g Lustre paper. Print is a 250gsm Epson Ultra smooth fine art paper with a natural white matte finish.
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