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Dragonstone

Our history is filled with irrational ideas. We thought the world was flat, we thought everything existed out of four elements, we even thought our planet was the centre of the universe. Our current physical laws might just be another misconception.

‘Dragonstone’ proclaims mystery; the objects seem to be imaginative, islands of something unearthly. Emerged from a play with the forces of magnetism and gravity, ‘Dragonstone’ asks us the question: do we stick to traditional reason or do we follow these objects into an intriguing new story?


‘Dragonstone’ is made possible by Sundaymorning@EKWC and Creative Industries Fund NL.

Dragonstone

Our history is filled with irrational ideas. We thought the world was flat, we thought everything existed out of four elements, we even thought our planet was the centre of the universe. Our current physical laws might just be another misconception.

‘Dragonstone’ proclaims mystery; the objects seem to be imaginative, islands of something unearthly. Emerged from a play with the forces of magnetism and gravity, ‘Dragonstone’ asks us the question: do we stick to traditional reason or do we follow these objects into an intriguing new story?


‘Dragonstone’ is made possible by Sundaymorning@EKWC and Creative Industries Fund NL.