The Library, Chaim Zins, 2018.
Human knowledge originates from our boundless curiosity,
the quest for meaning and problem solving in a world of uncertainty
Human knowledge is constantly growing as we conquer new horizons. New fields emerge as we conceive innovative ideas, improve our scientific methods, invent new technologies, and conquer new worlds. Yet we are eager to see "the whole picture" and the logical relations among the main fields.
The library represents human knowledge. It is composed of 10 pillars (parts or sections):
Knowledge | Supernatural | Matter & Energy | Space & Earth | Non-human Organisms | Body & Mind | Society | Thought & Art | Technology | History.
The images of the books are based on a photograph of the Diderot and D'Alembert's Encyclopédie by Marie-Lan Nguyen, 2010 (CC BY 2.0 FR).
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