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Universal Proprioception - Original Numberism Etching

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5% of the list price of all artwork sold on this site will be donated to your choice of one of 4 charities, donated quarterly. Read the About page for more info. If you live in Portland and would like to pick up your order locally, use coupon code PICKUP2017 in the checkout. Brianna will email you to schedule a pick up time.  International orders receive the prints rolled up in a tube to save on shipping costs and should expect an additional week shipping time unless otherwise requested. 

Universal Proprioception - Original Numberism Etching

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Universal Proprioception - Original Numberism Etching

10,000.00

This is the original Numberism etching of "Universal Proprioception", etched on scratchboard with ink wash. It measures 36" x 24" and is framed and ready to hang. It is signed and comes with a hand drawn description, a certificate of authenticity and a magnifying glass. 

"Universal Proprioception" is Sienna Morris' most complex piece, and uses the smallest numbers. It is drawn with 37 points of data, primarily astrophysics and neuroscience. It is meant to continue to inspire her to study, despite the difficulty as she delves farther into science.

"The front of my face is drawn with a collection of questions that lead me to study (Are we alone in the Universe? What is the shape of the Universe? Is it infinite? Finite? How did consciousness emerge?...) It is followed by equations for firing neurons. Everything behind me is a collection of science I'd like to better understand, including the Einstein Field Equations, Schwartzchild radius, The Jeans Instability Equation, Hubble's Constant and more. 

You see me enthralled with the Andromeda galaxy, in awe of its beauty and data, while behind me, I have yet to even see the rest of the Universe. This is where I am now in my research; the very beginning."

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