Peter Wirun, “Parallel Universes – A Doppelgänger – Paradox”

Parallel Universes – A Doppelgänger – Paradox
Peter Wirun
Acrylic on framed wood panel
53 x 104 cm
Not for sale

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Parallel Universes – A Doppelgänger – Paradox
Peter Wirun
Acrylic on framed wood panel
53 x 104 cm
Not for sale

The work is a contemporary artistic riff on a “Diptych”. The work measures 53 x 104 cm. and is executed on a framed wood panel painted on both front and back…and is meant to be suspended from the celling with near invisible fishing line, hovering above the floor at eye level, in the middle of a darken space, illuminated from above.

The piece presents a three demential artistic postulation for the existents of alternate universes that can be breached and interacted with…sparking unforeseen, collaborative ideas.

The first panel presents Wirun’s artistic interpretation of the same idea that Veeroon presents on the Diptychs other side.

A theory on where novel ideas are born?

Could they possibly be conceived at the confluence
of coexisting streams of coequal universes?

Now to further this supposition.

Somewhere in time
At the point of
or perhaps preceding the Big Bang
the universe splits
into a number of parallel universes
flowing side by side
bound to a same point in time.

But because of universal mutations
events occurred differently
on these separated universes

On one of these universes
I am known as
Peter Wirun
By reason of differing mutations
on another
my doppelganger’s name is
Petro Veeroon
We both in turn are artists
living separate but parallel lives
but because of changes in life events
we are subtly, different people
locked to the same time slot
in separate universes

Which brings me to
a another contemplative thought.

Where do some of my ideas
that are so out of keeping with
most of the work I produce
come from?
Could it possibly be that
in hyper-associative, rem sleep
or under the brains influence of a drug
or the noise filtration of two fingers of scotch
time glitches
Flip-flops
allowing me a momentary glimpse into
Petro Veeroon’s brain
and in turn his into mine
processing our worlds differently
cross pollenating one another’s ideas
sparking new, unforeseen, collaborative ideas.