5 July — 10 August, 2024
5 July — 10 August, 2024
5 July — 10 August, 2024
5 July — 10 August, 2024
5 July — 10 August, 2024

Thomas Vanz

Thomas Vanz

Thomas Vanz

Thomas Vanz

Thomas Vanz

Qanta

Qanta

Qanta

Qanta

Qanta

In continuation of Thomas Vanz's exploration of science and abstraction, as well as the physics and chemistry of fluids, this exhibition invites viewers to dive into the atom and contemplate the incredible interactions occurring at the quantum scale, and their repercussions on the cosmos. 

By using various materials such as solvents, glucose, and gold leaf, Vanz creates visual narratives that illustrate the profound beauty and complexity of quantum mechanics. The exhibition guides viewers from the concept of absolute zero, where atoms reach their purest form, to the dynamic interactions in the primordial soup, depicting the universe's fundamental processes. Vanz's goal is to blur the boundaries between art and science by artistically representing concepts such as the "event horizon" of a black hole or visually explaining the "quantum flux" that occurs at the smallest scale of the void.

All of the works, excluding Fusion, are crafted using macrophotography techniques. Everything in these pieces is real, created using liquids on a very small scale. Embracing the inherent unpredictability of these processes, the artist captures the unique and random aspects of each reaction and translates these into mesmerising visual experiences. Each piece begins with an explosion of colours and forms, gradually revealing the underlying quantum phenomena at work.

In continuation of Thomas Vanz's exploration of science and abstraction, as well as the physics and chemistry of fluids, this exhibition invites viewers to dive into the atom and contemplate the incredible interactions occurring at the quantum scale, and their repercussions on the cosmos. 

By using various materials such as solvents, glucose, and gold leaf, Vanz creates visual narratives that illustrate the profound beauty and complexity of quantum mechanics. The exhibition guides viewers from the concept of absolute zero, where atoms reach their purest form, to the dynamic interactions in the primordial soup, depicting the universe's fundamental processes. Vanz's goal is to blur the boundaries between art and science by artistically representing concepts such as the "event horizon" of a black hole or visually explaining the "quantum flux" that occurs at the smallest scale of the void.

All of the works, excluding Fusion, are crafted using macrophotography techniques. Everything in these pieces is real, created using liquids on a very small scale. Embracing the inherent unpredictability of these processes, the artist captures the unique and random aspects of each reaction and translates these into mesmerising visual experiences. Each piece begins with an explosion of colours and forms, gradually revealing the underlying quantum phenomena at work.

In continuation of Thomas Vanz's exploration of science and abstraction, as well as the physics and chemistry of fluids, this exhibition invites viewers to dive into the atom and contemplate the incredible interactions occurring at the quantum scale, and their repercussions on the cosmos. 

By using various materials such as solvents, glucose, and gold leaf, Vanz creates visual narratives that illustrate the profound beauty and complexity of quantum mechanics. The exhibition guides viewers from the concept of absolute zero, where atoms reach their purest form, to the dynamic interactions in the primordial soup, depicting the universe's fundamental processes. Vanz's goal is to blur the boundaries between art and science by artistically representing concepts such as the "event horizon" of a black hole or visually explaining the "quantum flux" that occurs at the smallest scale of the void.

All of the works, excluding Fusion, are crafted using macrophotography techniques. Everything in these pieces is real, created using liquids on a very small scale. Embracing the inherent unpredictability of these processes, the artist captures the unique and random aspects of each reaction and translates these into mesmerising visual experiences. Each piece begins with an explosion of colours and forms, gradually revealing the underlying quantum phenomena at work.

In continuation of Thomas Vanz's exploration of science and abstraction, as well as the physics and chemistry of fluids, this exhibition invites viewers to dive into the atom and contemplate the incredible interactions occurring at the quantum scale, and their repercussions on the cosmos. 

By using various materials such as solvents, glucose, and gold leaf, Vanz creates visual narratives that illustrate the profound beauty and complexity of quantum mechanics. The exhibition guides viewers from the concept of absolute zero, where atoms reach their purest form, to the dynamic interactions in the primordial soup, depicting the universe's fundamental processes. Vanz's goal is to blur the boundaries between art and science by artistically representing concepts such as the "event horizon" of a black hole or visually explaining the "quantum flux" that occurs at the smallest scale of the void.

All of the works, excluding Fusion, are crafted using macrophotography techniques. Everything in these pieces is real, created using liquids on a very small scale. Embracing the inherent unpredictability of these processes, the artist captures the unique and random aspects of each reaction and translates these into mesmerising visual experiences. Each piece begins with an explosion of colours and forms, gradually revealing the underlying quantum phenomena at work.

In continuation of Thomas Vanz's exploration of science and abstraction, as well as the physics and chemistry of fluids, this exhibition invites viewers to dive into the atom and contemplate the incredible interactions occurring at the quantum scale, and their repercussions on the cosmos. 

By using various materials such as solvents, glucose, and gold leaf, Vanz creates visual narratives that illustrate the profound beauty and complexity of quantum mechanics. The exhibition guides viewers from the concept of absolute zero, where atoms reach their purest form, to the dynamic interactions in the primordial soup, depicting the universe's fundamental processes. Vanz's goal is to blur the boundaries between art and science by artistically representing concepts such as the "event horizon" of a black hole or visually explaining the "quantum flux" that occurs at the smallest scale of the void.

All of the works, excluding Fusion, are crafted using macrophotography techniques. Everything in these pieces is real, created using liquids on a very small scale. Embracing the inherent unpredictability of these processes, the artist captures the unique and random aspects of each reaction and translates these into mesmerising visual experiences. Each piece begins with an explosion of colours and forms, gradually revealing the underlying quantum phenomena at work.

Artworks

Thomas Vanz

Absolute Zero, 2024

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Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Duration: 1 min
Unique artwork

€ 6 500 ex VAT

Thomas Vanz

Star Surface, 2024

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Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Duration: 2 min
Unique artwork

€  9 000 ex VAT

Thomas Vanz

Qauntic Flux, 2024

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Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Duration: 1.30 min
Unique artwork

€  7 500 ex VAT

Thomas Vanz

Atom Fission, 2024

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Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Duration: 1.30 min
Unique artwork

€ 6 500 ex VAT

Thomas Vanz

Atom Fusion, 2024

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Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Duration: 2 min
Unique artwork

€ 6 500  ex VAT

Thomas Vanz

Atom Fusion, 2024

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Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Duration: 2 min
Unique artwork

€ 6 500  ex VA

Thomas Vanz

Atom Fusion, 2024

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Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Duration: 2 min
Unique artwork

€ 6 500  ex VA

Thomas Vanz

Nuclear gold, 2024

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Type: Digital artwork (Video)
Duration: 2 min
Unique artwork

€ 7 500  ex VAT

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For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

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ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

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Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

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ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

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OPENING HOURS

4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

LEGAL

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T&C

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