Commissioned for the UNESCO protected desert in Al Ula, Saudi Arabia. The surface pattern of the sculpture was formed using experimental software taking a segment of the visual frequency of the Sun which is 126.22Hz and morphing this into a sphere of amorphous shapes to represent the movement of the Sun. Since creating the artwork from mid-2019, new high-resolution images of the sun were released from an advanced solar telescope in Maui in Jan 2020, with astonishing similarity. The Sun’s acoustical waves bounce from one side of the Sun to the other in about two hours, causing the Sun’s surface to oscillate as the Sun vibrates up and down, in and out.
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