IB 07 Wavelength

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Artist: Laresa Perlman

Medium: Photography of roses, with digital geometric transformation.
Limited Edition: 48

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2450 x 50Digital / photographyArchival print/Canvastube
1290 x 90Digital / photographyPerspexcrate
12100 x 100Digital / photographyArchival print/Canvastube

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A Wavelength can be defined as the distance between two successive crests (the highest point in the wave) or troughs (the lowest point in the wave) of a wave. It is measured in the direction of the wave. An electromagnetic wave, a sound wave, microwaves, x rays, gamma rays or any other wave.

Wavelength is inversely proportional to frequency. This means the longer the wavelength, lower the frequency. In the same manner, shorter the wavelength, higher will be the frequency.

Wavelength of light is different for every color. Red color has the longest wavelength, while violet has the least.

This image represents getting in touch with, and in tune with my own wavelength, in other words, in harmony or agreement; thinking or behaving in similar ways to my higher self/God/Source. Being on the same wavelength of my soul purpose. Once one is in touch with your own wavelength, the next step is ‘brain coupling’ with another person

If two people are on the same wavelength, they understand each other well because they share the same attitudes, interests, and opinions, are in general agreement and think in the same ways

You might call it “good vibrations,” “being on the same wavelength,” or even “a mind meld,” but neuroscience calls it “brain coupling,” and apparently it is a real, measurable, research-validated phenomenon.

Neuroscientist Uri Hasson researches the basis of human communication – a link to his TED-Talk is below, an interesting presentation

https://www.ted.com/…/uri_hasson_this_is_your_brain_on…

Available Sizes

50 cm x 50 cm, 90 cm x 90 cm, 100 cm x 100 cm

Available On

Archival print, canvas, Perspex