A blown and hot formed glass with copper leaf circular wall sculpture referencing gravitational singularity. 36″D

“Within a black hole, the gravitational singularity is thought to be located at the center, hidden behind the event horizon. It is a point where the gravitational force becomes infinitely strong, and the matter and energy within the black hole are crushed into an infinitely small and dense state. In astrophysics, a gravitational singularity refers to a point of infinite density and spacetime curvature within a black hole or at the beginning of the universe.”


Doner Turrin


Toronto, ON