Anthony Bernulf Hodge
Skyfield Studio
Origins - Out of Cornwall
The Nature of Landscape
Metaphysical - Concepts of Being, Substance, SpaceTime, Identity
Me Myself and I - A Cathartic Experience
Concepts of Being, Substance, SpaceTime, Identity.

A search for a ‘better understanding of our planet’ has been one of the features of our time, and rightly so. One area of this new science, that expounded by ‘Quantum theory’ can add a whole new dimension to the way we ‘see’ the world.
It can offer an opportunity to not only, ‘look within’ the world of physical matter but also, ‘look within’ the metaphysical nature of our ‘being’. The following images have been hopefully created to, focus the mind, allow pause for thought and reflection on some of these issues.
To help explore this micro dimensional way of ‘seeing’, a seemingly universal ‘triangular’ structure, has been chosen in some of the work, as a symbol of space time and movement.

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1. 'Matter' 1 study
An awareness of stored energy in the Universe, in every grain of sand. Where everything is moving inside it, and it is wearing along the seashore. Where nothing stays the same.
2. 'A Distant Place' 1
3. 'A Distant Place' 2
Inspired from a bought piece of 'Gibeon' meteorite (found in Namibia). Being intrigued by it's triangular structures, and wanting to record a three point link in space time. Between Earth and from whence it came, and myself here acting as a catalyst.
A collection in three parts which seeks insights into the nature of 'universal matter' and the nature of consciousness itself.
4. 'Structures in Space'
5. 'Structures in Space - Union'
6. 'Structures in Space - Earthbound'
7. 'Time Tracks'
Some cosmic thoughts, conceived as a large screen projection.
8. 'Eye of the Moon'
To look back up into the eye of the moon, and see the earth in it's infancy, in the blink of an eye.
9. 'Floating Thoughts' 2
Knowing that all life is in motion, and that our thoughts are better for being created consciously.
10. 'The Barrier - Between Illusion and Reality'
Sometimes, for me, things seem so real, so close, that they can almost be touched. But now with little tactile sense, the nearer I approach the heart of matter, the greater the illusion.