Another personal favourite of mine: Event horizon. 90's gold as far as I'm concerned. This is how I'd imagine hellraiser to be if Clive Barker decided it would be better suited in the future. Plot summary: in the year 2047, a government spacecraft by the name 'Event Horizon' reappears after being vanished for the past 7 years. In an attempt to make faster than light travel a reality, the ship was lost including the crew of 18. When a radio transmission is picked up, vaguely resembling a human voice from the lost ship, it is believed that their may be hope in salvaging it and saving the crew. But what the rescue team discovers on arrival is that when the ship disappeared, it brought back something with it far more sinister than any of them could imagine. #horror#scary#horrormovies#scarymovie#90shorror#80shorror#classic#movie#eventhorizon#hell#horroraddict#space
This week, we want to introduce for you new work of the Italian artist Vesod, who created mural in the city of Campobasso on the exterior facade of a building on the Quartiere San Giovanni street entitled "The Light on the Horizon." His wall is part of a whole new series of productions that the Artist began to realize about a year ago. The guideline of this new series of works is enclosed in two words and one hashtag: #Eve#EventHorizon, which is a reference to science and physics, two areas that have always influenced and inspired Vesod . This is a clear allusion to the concept associated with black holes, a prediction of general relativity which is a fundamental law of quantum theory.
#EventHorizon is the limit surface beyond which no event can affect an external observer. It is the point near the black hole in which “you should see time and space all together, as if all of them existed at the same time”.
But the inspiration has also come from the town itself where Vesod walked for days, grabbing the most poetic, fascinating glimpses and getting them into his personal #eventhorizon.
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I love that sometimes “work” for me means I get to present someone like Philip Eisner (writer of #eventhorizon) at a free, community film talk. My favorite advice he shared: “You’re not wasting your time, unless you die before you finish, but then you’re dead. So you won’t know that you wasted your time.” #film@otherworldsatx#eyestosee#create#atx