The ‘infinity quandary’ the visual equation that initially charts a path to the unknown through a ‘transference of time’. The chemist works with chemicals to produce a ‘reaction’ while the photographic-artist works with fluidity to produce a ‘generation’. The artist deals with ‘imponderable appearances’ while the chemist produces the ‘tangible reaction’ in a glass and the ‘imperceptible phases’ in the mind. The artist is always dealing with a ‘tangible light’ in the mind but when outwardly displayed generates a ‘fluid intangibility’ but since the artist cannot produce creation must stick to a visual ability and adapt to a fluid movement that generates the tactile into a metaphysic as this is the only way an artist can mimic creation by taking form through fluidity then generating this flow into something intangible.
This image displays a ‘smashing of the infinity quandary’ within the fluid intangibility to produce a generation that mimics creation with a myriad of unexplainable appearances.