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    Added 2018-12-10 05:38:32


    Tangaroa - Polynesians and micronesians (Gilbert Islands) have a heavenly deity. According to some myths, Tangaroa - an uncreated creature, on the other - creates himself, staying in the darkness (Po) in the cosmic shell (or in the cosmic egg).

    In my work, I combined the ancient myth of Tangaroa and one of the theories of the universe, namely the Quantum birth of the universe. According to this theory, ordinary space and time evolved from the previous state described by the quantum theory of gravity.

    In my work I want to show how harmoniously myth and science complement each other. It is possible that the answers to questions about our future are in our past. Who knows?...

    I decided to leave the mythical name of my work - Tangaroa, there is something poetic in it...

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    Name of Artist: Ekaterina Denezhkina
    Width (inches): 23,62
    Height (inches): 31,5
    Media: Oil, Other
    Country: Россия


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