This new video art was made in 2018 and exclusively offered on Sedition. Using DSLR camera and video editing program Adobe Premiere and for the VFX used Adobe After Effects. The sound was designed by Boris Marinin inspired from black metal music genre.
Video art statement:
The Eridanus Supervoid is a large supervoid (an area of the universe devoid of galaxies) discovered as of 2007. At a diameter of about one billion light years it is the second largest known void, superseded only by the Giant Void in Canes Venatici. It was discovered by linking a "cold spot" in the cosmic microwave background to an absence of radio galaxies in data of the United States National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Very Large Array Sky Survey.
In late 2007, argued that the Cold Spot could be due to a cosmic texture, a remnant of a phase transition in the early Universe. A controversial claim by Laura Mersini-Houghton is that it could be the imprint of another universe beyond our own, caused by quantum entanglement between universes before they were separated by cosmic inflation. Laura Mersini-Houghton said, "Standard cosmology cannot explain such a giant cosmic hole" and made the remarkable hypothesis that the WMAP cold spot is "… the unmistakable imprint of another universe beyond the edge of our own." If true, this provides the first empirical evidence for a parallel universe. It would also support string theory. The team claims that there are testable consequences for its theory.