10.03. - 05.04.2011. Tatjana Krivenkova "The Light diverges from the Darkness"
10.03.2011. - 05.04.2011.
Galerija "Māksla XO"
Elizabetes iela 14, Rīga, LV 1010
Māksla XO Gallery from 10.03. - 05.04.2011
In front of me a blank page - purity, clarity, innocence incarnation - perfection. The need to write something perfectly balances with an arguments to leave a paper our canvas in a peace.
" We can not solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.", has said Albert Einstein. I hope that this citation justifys a use of a DIFFERENT THINKING.
Mathematican Ernest Carlson in his article " Happy Birthday, Daylight!" writes: In 1905 daylight saw the Special Theory of Relativity, where he (Albert Einstein) the same daylight succeesfully included back into a circle of relativity phenomenon , making its own space and time relative.
However, Andris Muiznieks, Associate Professor of University of Latvia ( Faculty of Physics and Mathematics), to the question - How The Theory of Relativity changed the world? - answered like this: " One of the conclusions is that two events, which takes place in two different locations of a room and which are synchronous in a one reference system can be able to not be synchronous in an other reference system, which moves with a speed in anent to the first one, consequently - " everything is relative" or it depends on observer. "
And again Einstein "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."
Tatjana Krivenkova, 2011.