FICHA DEL PROYECTO
Nombre: La Simfonia del Cosmos
Autor: Marina Colell Salarich
Programa: Grau en Disseny
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The symphony of the cosmos is a project somewhere between art, speculative design and physics, with a strong conceptual foundation and poetic tone. The general topic is quantum physics: a set of physical theories which study subatomic particles and their characteristics. The project focuses mainly on String Theory, a hypothesis that unifies relativity and quantum physics. Design is a channel for communication, used in this project as a social tool to arouse interest in science, creating awareness of scientific discoveries and developments. The proposal arises from a profound theoretical research on relativity, quantum physics and M-theory, and presents a series of coordinated pieces that are an experiential and artistic approach to String Theory, supported by a secondary editorial piece that goes into physics through a visual informative format. String theory is a Physics hypothetical theory that aims to combine the equations of the macrocosmos and the microcosmos together in perfect harmony. According to this theory, the particles that make up all the matter and forces of the universe are created by tiny strings in constant vibration. A bit like the strings of an instrument, that produce musical notes as they vibrate, these energy strings would create particles. Reality would be orquestrated by bilions and bilions of tiny strings, creating an infinite cosmic symphony with their movement. What if we could hear the sounds of these strings? The melodies of the stars, the songs of the atoms, what would they sound like? By creating a set of harps where each string represents a particle and is matched with a specific music note, one could, literally, play the music of the cosmos. Key words: science, physics, relativity, quantum physics, M-theory, String Theory, speculative design, dissemination, music, symphony, cosmos, atoms, harmony.