Created by filmmaker and photographer Wenting Zhu, Mini Series leaves us awestruck as we are propelled into the microscopic world of chemical reactions. This project is among many other captivating films from Beauty of Science, a studio that creates inspiring content for science education and outreach.
“The microscope can be used not only for scientific observation, but also for artistic creation. I mixed pigments with other chemicals in a small petri dish, recorded their movements and shapes through the microscope, and found that within each tiny spot lies another hidden world of complexity.” -Wenting Zhu
In this post, we take a look at a series which highlights the crystallization process of aluminum (MINIGOBELET I), ammonium chloride in red pigments (MINIGOBELET II), the mixing of blue and white pigments with alcohol (MINIGOBELET III) and a mixture of different liquids (MINIGOBELET IV).
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