In Quantum Fluctuations, Markos Kay brings to our attention the existence of the invisible. Microscopic particles compose the visual. Like strokes of paint, they seem to participate in an abstraction. But while the subject is unrecognisable to most, it presents the events happening during a proton collision. With this piece, the unending motif of the infinitely small appears to our eye through digital simulation.
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