There appears to be a sense of cohesion between life and science.
When one considers my visual responses in my project, it becomes clear that the predicament is universal.
In some small way, we are all trapped in the cycle of work, life, and existence; oscillating between certainty and uncertainty.
This can be, perhaps, best interpreted by Bruce Nauman in his ‘One Hundred Live and Die’, 1984. He boils down the essence of our being to the basic activities of life, without location or possessions.
When analysing my primary sources, I made some exciting observations:
– The less you have got the more certain your life appears.
– Contemporary life in a western society superficially looks certain.
– In reality, it is full of surprises and the most certain things become a nightmare.
– The more you have the more you want, and the less satisfied you are in life.
Points for discussion:
• Can uncertainty become inspirational?
• If the future was predictable would you have less motivation?