Dark Matter I

  • Approximately 27% of the universe is filled with matter that we can't detect, or even truly understand called dark matter. Another 68% of the universe is filled with a force that effects the expansion of the universe called dark energy, yet we know little else about it. 
    Neither registers on the electromagnetic spectrum and cannot be directly observed. 
         Inspired and fascinated by these two concepts and the inability to observe such fundamental parts of our existence, this series seeks to embody particle physics, not in a literal representation, but as works inspired by the field's strangeness and outlandish qualities.