Fluid Abstracts - Regeneration - Art

This body of work stems from my interest in physics and astrophysics Distinct colors of paint have different densities because of the varying compounds used to make pigments. In physics, this battle between densities is called a Rayleigh-Taylor instability. In astrophysics, for instance, exploding stars expel gases of varying densities, leading to the formation of Rayleigh-Taylor “fingers.” When a denser fluid rest atop a less dense one, the top fluid wants to move downward, causing the two fluids to mix. Black paint, for instance, tends to be less dense than white paint I find this mingling of paints very charming and alluring, inspired by science and crafted with technique and experimentation, I call this body of work as Regeneration.

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