Formations of light, heat and energy.
Carbon, fossilised sunlight. Transformed and encrypted deep within the Earth.
Carbon and fossil fuels.
Oil spills, opalescent oceans. Oil tankers drifting at sea, aimless, suspended.
Liquid crystals, opalescent screens, digital ageless light. Electricity.
Our attraction to oil and light, heat. Mineral connections.
Silicon: a chemical element, the second most abundant element in the Earth’s crust.
Silicon’s ability to capture the sun’s energy and convert it into electricity.
Solar cells: made of crystalline silicon.
Silica: silicon plus oxide, a mineral form, known in the form of quartz (crystalline silica).
Geodes: hollow rock structures, volcanic cavities lined with opalescent quartz crystals.
Geode, from greek: ‘earthy, earth-like, with deep soil’.