Natural Phenomena

Natural Phenomena Installation 2000 / 2001

EARTH : FIRE : WATER : ETHER : AIR

A focus on Ether

Installation by : Dianne Harris
Soundscape by : Robert Pepperell

Commissioned by NOW 2000 and Private Sponsors
Exhibited at NOW 2000 Nottingham
The Church - Golborne Rd London 2001
Sponsored by Marl International

 

Natural Phenomena Installation

Installation by : Dianne Harris
Soundscape by : Robert Pepperell

EARTH : FIRE : WATER : ETHER : AIR

These elements are the make up of the planet. The installation “Natural Phenomena” evokes an intense and heightened sensation of these core elements by which we are born into, which we breathe, live and die.

Fire and light sustain us with growth and survival, our beings receive and radiate energy, vibration, light, electricity, whatever one will call it, we interact with light particles that surround us. They and we are receptive by every movement and breath that is taken.

An existence with another kind of matter, ether.

On a universal level this is described by Einstein in ‘Ether and the theory of relativity’, in which he connects elasticity, vibration, gravitational ether and electromagnetic field. The ether of the general theory of relativity is a medium which is itself devoid of all mechanical and kinematic qualities, but helps to determine mechanical and electromagnetic events. It is indivisible.

The theoretical physics, by Einstein, Lorentz and the mathematician H. Weyl of quantum theory, ether, space-time, matter, vibration, electromagnetic field, gravitational pull and the relation between the elements of our universe with effect and cause on us humans and the planet Earth remain as equations on paper to the mass population, yet we live on this planet and experience the effects of these theories everyday.

To what extent does one feel or even notice moving particles of light, or vibrations between plants, animals or humans?

We are surrounded by ether, originally a medium assumed to permeate space and fill the intersection between particles of matter, it is invisible.

 

Commissioned by NOW 2000 and Private Sponsors

Exhibited at NOW 2000 Nottingham

The Church - Golborne Rd London 2001

Sponsored by Marl International