An easy choice for adding the third to the triangle of Stephanie Mufson and myself for next week’s Pop-Up gallery show, Infinite Union, was remarkable San Franciscan, Carina Alia Earl.
Her work epitomizes the ideas of greater consciousness and addresses the visceral concepts of far distant biologic and human evolution.
She says of the work in this show:
“Physicists believe that four forces exist which connect everything in the universe. So far, finding a mathematical equation that can resolve this concept has been elusive. Consciousness, although an apparent force in our everyday lives, is unable to be measured. What if it were a fundamental structural component of the universe? What if consciousness was such a strong force that no matter what conditions were present, life would find a way to emerge and evolve. If life has evolved on Earth for 4 billion years, what could it look like in another 4 billion years?”
I love her work, and you will too. Come and see it next week in San Francisco at 66 6th St. December 13-17th with artist reception on Saturday, December 14th.