Glyn Vincent, a book author and editorial blogger for the Huffington Post, wrote a piece bringing to question the validity of the Big Bang theory. This seems to “almost” correlate with Jóhann Eyfell‘s idea of the cosmos and the forces of the universe. The idea of a finite universe with a beginning and an end, while comforting to some, only conjures up further metaphysical conundrums for others. For Holt, the implications of the Big Bang theory ultimately lead him to probe the more fundamental question: Why is there something rather than nothing at all?
Glyn is also Associate Producer to A Force in Nature , a full length documentary film due out in Spring or Summer 2013.
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A major exhibit of Jóhann Eyfells’ collaption along with a video installation by filmmaker, Þór Elís Pálsson at Iceland’s Reykjavik Museum of Art.
As the title suggests, Power of Passage explores the passing moment and its image. The focal point of the exhibition is the large scale Cloth Collapsion by Jóhann Eyfells (b. 1923) which is shown alongside a three-channel video installation created by video artist Þór Elís Pálsson, using his own interviews with Eyfells about his philosophy of art and life.
The exhibit is from September 12 to January 6, 2013
See the trailer for A Force in Nature, a full length documentary film about the artist.