Frank Bueltge has released a new masterpiece that he has aptly titled ‘The Paradoxical Fusion’. This is a media installation that combines art and science to explore the boundaries between the two.
The Paradoxical Fusion consists of a projector, a glass sphere, and a mirror carefully arranged to create a sense of being inside a filmstrip. The glass sphere acts as an amplifier, allowing for subtle variations of light manipulations and reflections to occur. The mirror is used to cast patterns and shapes of light that interact with the projector’s imagery. The projector itself projects constantly changing imagery and scenes that explore the entanglement of art and science in a very abstract and unexpected way.
The artwork investigates the idea of the ‘Butterfly Effect’, a scientific theory that suggests that small changes in one part of a system can have far-reaching ramifications on the rest of the system. In this way, the artwork reflects and interacts with the concept of the Butterfly Effect in an intriguing, visual and physical way.
Frank Bueltge has created a work of art that is both captivating and intellectually stimulating, and will surely be enjoyed by all those interested in both art and science. If you liked this piece, you can check out his previous work, “The Quest of Understanding”, here. He is currently experimenting with large language models, neural networks, and big data to create new and innovative works.