fragments reveal particle forms
where do lines go to, when they have no form to follow? where to they return to?
dissection points at the edge of a composite, lines extend out of the image, magnetic curves…
an image is unique in that it captures a ghost of an idea
fluid, crystallisation, solidification of a gaseous form
all moments are unique so they are all the same in their uniqueness
and so an image is no more valid than any other
as long as the idea is true, all images are true
but no single truth can be found
particles having fluid nature
a world with no boundaries
darkness containing undefinable mechanisms
curves with tension
invisible forces binding will with substance
emptiness with form
String theory is an approach to theoretical physics whose original building blocks are one-dimensional extended objects called strings. Unlike the point particles in quantum field theories such as the standard model of particle physics, strings interact in a way that is almost uniquely specified by mathematical self-consistency. String theory is the first candidate for the theory of everything, a way to describe all the known natural forces and matter in a mathematically complete system. Experimentally, however, it may never be possible for it to be ‘proven’. Although some critics concede that string theory is falsifiable in principle, they maintain that it is unfalsifiable for the foreseeable future, and so should not be called science.