Birth of Worlds

Pochat, Anne-Marie
September 2008
Kosmos Journal;Fall/Winter2008, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p66
Academic Journal
The author describes her vision of the birth of worlds based on her photographs depicting creation. She points out that life can be found wherever there is movement since life is movement itself. She calls the geometrical figures separating from the surrounding chaos as the symbols of structuring consciousness and crystallization. She mentions her use of the particles of matter, energy as heat, and light as her subjects in the photographs.


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