Coloured by Hag using a Sci Tex, then called a ‘High End’ Digital Image Manipulation system at Studio 10 for an exhibition ‘Machine Dreams’ at thePhotographers Gallery London (August 1989). This machine costed a fortune then but pales to insignificance compered with what I am now using on my desk at home. I coloured four pictures for this first digital imaging exhibition.
Nothing much exists but energy. If you remove the spaces from a humans atoms then what is left, actual substance, mass, would fit on a pin head. Mass only accounts for 0.01% of what we can sense, (i.e. see, hear, smell and feel.) The rest – 99.99% is energy. This is the energy that is released when a nuclear bomb explodes, a bit of a big bang. The fuel that powers the sun and allows us to survive. What our brain perceives as things – stuff – tables, chairs, the smell of freshly baked bread, sunsets, fire and water, hot and cold, are the subtle fluctuations and movements of energy.
This tinted version is not found in the book ‘How Things Are’
Combination print created by Hag by Combination printing. Surreal photography.