The Diffractive Nature of Being Drawing by Regina Valluzzi

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Drawing: Ink, Marker, Pencil on Paper.

This drawing is sort of a "meta musing". Having worked with diffraction and scattering a lot over the years, these technical concepts have become one of my personal metaphors for approaching and understanding life in general. Thought and ideation are particularly fascinating – the ways that ideas coalesce and emerge, bounce of one another, refract and scatter. The ways that thought and idea define our sense of being.

Some of the words we use to describe ideas are also the terminology of scattering and diffraction – scattered, coherent, incoherent, interference, etc. One can layer scattering metaphors to describe ideas to describe scattering phenomena, which characterize "objects" that are basically understood as pure idea anyway – nothing to see or touch, just abstractions around data.



The Diffractive Nature of Being

Regina Valluzzi

United States


Size: 10 W x 8 H x 0.1 in

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