Investigating Matter - Stefano Russo

Investigating Matter

A photographic and video project, created during two years of research and experiments, registering more than 100 different scenes and the shooting of many different subjects, during several journeys around the world.
The aim is to investigate what's beyond the surface and find the point, the gap, the door, in order to access the hidden and invisible levels.
“Investigating Matter” is an analysis of the surfaces and the fundamental matter of all things, the knowledge of what surrounds us and the consciousness of what lives inside us; starting from the eye and sensing the micro vibrations through the frequences at different levels, between synapses.
In the interstice between atoms. 
Beyond the surface, inside the matter, beyond the matter.




Investigating Matter - Detail 1 - Stefano Russo
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The progressive development of man is vitally dependent on invention. It is the most important product of his creative brain. It’s ultimate purpose is the complete mastrey of mind over the material world, the harnessing of the forces of nature to human needs.

Nikola Tesla

Perceptors: energetic conductors objects constantly in tension and in relation to other elements and the surrounding space. Objects which find the secret of integrity in equilibrium and in energetic transmission. Between archaic science and the future.

Stefano Russo

There is something in the brain which doesn’t distinguish the difference between us and others. Also the acknowledgement of emotions seems to lie on an ensenmble of neural circuits which, as different as they may seem, share that “mirror” characteristic already witnessed in the case of actions.

Stefano Russo

It is an act of knowledge which analyzes the path of the luminous frequencies in our neurological system.

The inclination of the degrees by which the earth’s axis tilts in relation to the sun, the position of our heart with respect to our rib-cage. It also represents the lay-out of the eye’s medial axis and orbital axis.