You have never in your life expe­ri­enced true per­sonal equi­lib­rium, for if you had, your life would be over. Equilibrium is deathly; noth­ing hap­pens there. Equilibrium for the uni­verse means Clausius’s heat death, a cos­mos ren­dered totally homo­ge­neous. Scientists care about equi­lib­rium states, but to the rest of our world they are anath­ema. All life exists out of equilibrium …”

Shapes, Philip Ball, 2009

4 bit dance
4 bit dance, W:Blut, 2010

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