"The stillness in stillness is not the real stillness. Only when there is stillness in movement can the spiritual rhythm appear which pervades heaven and earth." Ts'ai-ken t'an 'never stillness' is part of a series inspired by the book 'The Tao of Physics' by Fritjof Capra and was created exclusively for NOOW. In her work, Rachael Archibald reflects the authors ideas about the scientific study of mass and particle movement and its likeness to Eastern philosophical thoughts which propose the acceptance of change inherent in 'things'.
Rachael Archibald (b. 1990) explores a secular spiritual identity by composing visceral ambience for disenchanting realities. She is concerned with patterns that beat between the macro and micro; textures that are otherwise inconspicuous; and the ethereal in-between. Since completing a BFA from ...More details