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 Chakra roots.

Blown glass, agar-agar, food coloring and garlic. 2019.

 

Chakra Roots is an experimental piece that takes as a starting point the experiments with water particles made by the controversial Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto where different drops of water were exposed to words to affect the water and see how the different words influenced the structure of the molecules  of H2O, the images obtained were collected in the book The Hidden Messages in Water .  

 

In this exercise we propose to observe the growth of the roots of different garlic cloves from the same head through blown glass containers and later tinted in the different colors of the visible light spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, cyan blue, indigo blue and  purple).  In this case what we are looking for is to check if the frequency and vibration of each color of the visible spectrum filtered by the glass affects the water where the garlic is developing and therefore its growth.  

The parameters of the visible spectrum of light also are applicable to the esoteric belief that refers to the chakras, energy centers that are found in the body and that metabolize energy. Each chakra acts as a vortex of energy that rotates at different rates of vibration ranging from very coarse (very slow) to subtle (very fast), depending on its color.

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Yellow. 

508_526THz / 570_590nm

Captura de pantalla 2019-05-27 a las 23.

Orange. 

484_508THz / 590_620nm

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Cyan.

606_630THz / 475_495nm

Captura de pantalla 2019-05-27 a las 23.

Red.

408_484THz / 620_750nm

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Indigo. 

631_668THz / 450_475nm

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Purple. 

668_780THz / 380_450nm

glass artist: Ferran Collado

project carried out with the help of Pep Casacuberta and Elena Monte from CRAG .

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