The circle, the archetypal symbol of life, receives energy from the sun, the source of energy of our close world, the solar system. This energy is transformed within the circle in a perpetual motion that constantly changes colours, as the energy of the sun feeds life and motion on earth, creating a diverse ecosystem. Human intervenes in this system, in an intervention that looks like a scene from a utopian future, making it regain lost energy and movement.
• The solar wind data used in the project cover the period from October 25 2020, to October 25 2021.
• A total of 506,876 values are used (measurement per 1 minute).
• The total duration of the “reproduction” of the data lasts about 22 hours.
• Data retrieved from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) mission (https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/).
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