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Infinite Camouflage in the Constellation of Veils. Infinite camouflage. Cover the left half of each symbol to discover the series... Read More
Infinite Camouflage in the Constellation of Veils.
Infinite camouflage. Cover the left half of each symbol to discover the series of numbers from 1 to 7 that leads to 8 and then to infinity. In 1655, John Wallis unveiled the symbol of infinity. Wallis used a variant of the Roman numeral 1000 meaning "many", and even a variant of the Greek letter Ω (Omega). In the 17th century, with the introduction of the infinity symbol and infinitesimal calculus, mathematicians began to work with infinite series, associated with endless processes. Born from a new star in the constellation of Veils, the celestial object Herbin-Haro HH 47, serves as the backdrop for my painting.
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