Find your place in the world by seeing it from different perspectives. Feel small, feel big, feel connected in Particles of Existence, an exhibition taking place at the Phi Centre from March 27 to August 12, 2018.
Most of us have looked up at the night sky, imagined the unknown and tried to give meaning to life on earth. Science and technology have brought us closer to understanding the mysteries of the cosmos, and now through new media and virtual reality, visitors to Particles of Existence are plunged into the invisible realms of life.
From the inner workings of a sequoia tree to the birth of a star, the exhibition invites visitors to experience life at a non-human scale and gain new perspectives on the biggest questions of today. The stories in Particles of Existence open up new dimensions to help us unravel the mysteries of life. Alternating between the personal and the universal, they shed new light on climate change, mass migration, and women’s empowerment to challenge our views on nature, violence, and justice.