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Singularity is a monolithic suspended sphere of abstract and dynamic light and movement. A symphonic compression and dilation of energy in slow motion.

In mathematics and physics a singularity is a point of extreme variability where normal rules no longer apply, where change, transition, unpredictability and the unknown become the norm, where our models of behaviour break down and our expectations are confounded.

Singularities exist at the limits of our understanding – from distant and abstract phenomena such as the beginning of the universe and black holes through to the more familiar and every-day, for example weather patterns.

Singularity represents a hypothetical technological singularity, an imagined point in time at which technological growth becomes uncontrollable and irreversible, resulting in unforeseeable changes to human civilization.

Singularity is built within an 8m diameter geodesic full dome.

Artist | Squidsoup

Squidsoup is a UK-based international group of artists, researchers, technologists and designers working with digital and interactive media experiences. Their work combines physical and dynamic digital spaces with novel and intuitive forms of interaction to produce immersive, responsive and beguiling experiences.

Squidsoup has exhibited across the globe at a broad range of events and locations, including Burning Man, Sydney Opera House, SIGGRAPH, Usina del Arte (Buenos Aires) Sundance (USA) and others.


Singularity by Squidsoup

Christmas at Blenheim Palace

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