When rain hits the windscreen, I see tracks alpha particles trace in cells. When I pull the plug in the bath tub, I stay to watch the little whirlpool. When I sit at the kitchen table, I play with the glasses to see the caustics. At a candle light dinner, I stare into the flame. Sometimes at night, I find myself behind the computer. When I finally blink, a mess of code is drawing random structures on the screen. I spend the rest of the night staring.
My goal is to see the nervous shiver of an electron before it tunnels, to feel the nuclear spin of my lover’s hydrogen briefly align with mine, to hear the roar of the black hole in the center of our galaxy.
- UGentbiomedische en klinische ingenieurstechnieken
- W:BlutGenerative dabbler, present
- H.-Hartziekenhuis Roeselare-Menen vzwerkend medisch stralingsdeskundige radiotherapie, 2002 - present