Higgs boson confirmation uses the Cambridge University image based on Large Hadron Collider data, confirming the Higgs Boson which is responsible for mass.
The central imagery of the video is the Cambridge data visualisation. The core sound track is an algorithmic audio analysis of the data image, using software by Nicolas Fournel.
The context of cosmology in an understanding of space and time, is shared by cultures globally. It is a context that is part of our daily existence and forms a layer of understanding of life. Cosmology in several cultures asks important questions about where we have come from, where we are now and where we are going. We need science, the humanities, local and global culture to understand these questions.
The video is a collaboration across disciplines and cultures, that represents a determination to align creative production and scientific research. Along with the data analysis of the Cambridge image to produce sound, incorporated into the soundtrack are: Fast Radio Bursts from FRB 121102, sourced from Harvard’s Dataverse (original publication Chaterlee et al); and the sound of background radiation from the Big Bang provided by John G Cramer. The world premier of the video/audio work was hedl and Sound + Environment hosted by the University of Hull.
Please note that I have added smaller scale copies to the above image and digitally altered the smaller scale instances. There is background texture related to the history of quantum theory experimental method.
Here are links to the video. The files for phones can be downloaded, but the main file cannot be. Requests can be made to exhibit the work by emailing me - ian at ian clothier dot com