Collection Physics Art: when physics becomes art.
Acrylic on canvas, 70 x 100 cm. Year 2010
Painting published on the Mondadori Modern Art Catalogue 2012.
Further tribute to father of the Theory of Relativity, Albert Einstein.
Lattice present on the picture represents space-time, which, according to the theory of relativity, is warped by bodies of not null mass, depending on the mass of the body itself.
Mass, in this case, is represented by weight and depth of Einstein’s thought; In addition, colors represent the level of greater or lesser warp.
On two sides of the double box canvas is the most famous formula discovered by the scientist: e=mc2, made with a phosphorus gel (which in the dark lights up turquoise).
“Physics Art” brings the physics laws inside art. Through painting, physics finally becames art, in particular the cause and effect art, applied to colors, using the perfect physics and mathematics language.