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Headless (Dark Matter) 33 x 40 cm, mixed techique (ink,charcoal,print) on canvas, 2018—

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Headless (Dark Matter) in Drift: Art and Dark Matter, Agnes Etherington Art Centeer, Kingston, Canada, 2021

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Headless (Dark Matter), Galerie Anne+, Paris, 2022

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Headless in Catching the Light, Kai 10, Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf, 2018


N.Lichtig, Headless (Dark Matter), mixed technique (ink, charcoal, print) on canvas, approximately 33x40 cm each, 2018 — ongoing

Headless (Dark Matter) are two-sided canvases, that can be shown in one way or another, allowing different point of views. They are inspired by the fact that at least 40 % of the matter our univers is made of is "dark or "hidden" matter, which scientists know very little of, agreeing though one fact: that dark matter exists essentially in two forms: a 'condensed' form — stars, black holes, planets, and a 'diluted' form — gas, mainly hydrogen.


2022 in:
Drift, Art and Dark Matter,
curated by Sunny Kerr, Art Museum, Toronto, Canada
Histoires de Silences, Galerie Anne+, Paris, France
Drift, Art and Dark Matter, curated by Sunny Kerr, Carlton University Art Gallery (CUAG), Ottawa, Canada

2021 in:
Drift, Art and Dark Matter, curated by Sunny Kerr, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens University, Kingston, Canada.
Drift, Art and Dark Matter, curated by Sunny Kerr, Belkin Gallery British Columbia University, Vancouver, Canada.

2018 in: Catching the Light, K10, Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf, Germany