“There is another world besides colour”

Daniel Lefèvre is a Belgian artist, currently living and working in São Paulo, Brazil. His motto “there is another world besides colour” reflects his almost exclusively black and white work made using only Rotring Isograph pens to create extensively detailed surrealist artwork inspired by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, René Magritte and Paul Delvaux.

“There is another world besides colour”

Daniel Lefèvre is a Belgian artist, currently living and working in São Paulo, Brazil. His motto “there is another world besides colour” reflects his almost exclusively black and white work made using only Rotring Isograph pens to create extensively detailed surrealist artwork inspired by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, René Magritte and Paul Delvaux.

2016

Tijd Parrallax

(Time Parallax)

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The drawing consists of three parts.

The three arrows in each dimension.

The three dimensions (large D that separates the time clocks), indicated by D1, D2 in D3.

The displacement mechanism between the three dimensions (upper part).

The three arrows in the middle indicate how the spectrums in the dimensions are different.

The parallel character (‘//’)  in the clocks represents equal (like in Mathematics). Thus, the times in each dimension are equal. The clocks are connected at the bottom (through the indication of 6 o’clock).

In order for dimension 1 to travel to dimension 3 there is a system which uses the Cosmic energy (neutrinos).

Neutrinos govern our Universe and are a shape of energy. Their speed is very high.

The upper part shows us how we can travel between different dimensions in the universe. A type of vacuum cleaner (top left) sucks the Neutrinos in D1, and compacts them through an electromagnetic pump (top center). Through a condenser and accelerator (venturi system) compressed, they are accelerated and guided to the entrance of an interstellar (wormhole) tunnel. So they are taken to another dimension; Dimension 3.

The Cosmic time in the other dimension is now equal to the first one.

Time Parallax, a machine that can make us travel in the universe.

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