TRANSMIGRATION OF RUIN
IMAGES OF WATER
To understand how these images fit within the project  Transmigration of the Ruin, I invite you to visit my third report.

My interest lies in having an interaction with water which involves consciousness.
This incursion has been inspired by the work of Veda Austin, and Masaru Emoto, both pioneers in the investigation of the effect of intention, in a small amount of water, obtaining admirable results, worthy of careful study for those interested.

The process consists in using the mind, an image, words or sound, to  transmit energy to water on a petri dish and then freezing it.

The extraordinary results of this tecnique, made me feel the need to research it as a creative form/tool, in relation to energy. In the case of these photographs, the stimuli used have been words or phrases, images and sound, the reference used has been included as part of each piece for identification.
It is worth mentioning that we use this procedure in our daily life, everytime we are using thoughts we are radiating an energetic signature, a message, that is received, by everything around us. I believe thought is the most efficient form of prayer.

For more information about the context of the work, please visit this page.
distilled water
distilled water
'waves' audio piece by Carolina Eyck
'waves' audio piece by Carolina Eyck
image
image
image
image
joy
joy
i bless you
i bless you
peace
peace
distilled water
distilled water
lunar eclipse may 2022
lunar eclipse may 2022
image
image
love
love
bontempi lake water
bontempi lake water
rain water with oak leaves
rain water with oak leaves
bontempi lake water
bontempi lake water
bontempi lake water
bontempi lake water
bontempi lake water
bontempi lake water
blessing
blessing
JC
JC
The caption for each photo shows the word, or image, used in the interaction. Some only cite the source of the water, in these cases, the water was only asked to show its patterns. Double click on images to maximize.
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Transmigration of Ruin was developed with the generous help of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA), an organism for the promotion of culture of the Government of Mexico.
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