© Bibi Fibiger
In an entirely new series of photographic works and photographic collages made especially for this exhibition Biba Fibiger pictures the fascination of numbers and geometric occultism.
Biba Fibiger leads us into a universe where she seeks to reveal and understand our subconsious and self-invented numeric beliefs system that roots in ancient egypian starsystems and through religious symbolism, emerges in comercials and western capitalistic systems.
Several of the works deal with personalization and materialization of the intangible and abstract. Among other things, is one-dimensional figures folded into three-dimensional objects and reloaded to two dimensions. Mathematics and geometry has become our explanatory model of the universe’s mysteries. Fibonacci is found everywhere – because we see it everywhere. We are the machines and the machine is inside of us. 999 appears in commercial but is in fact the hidden face of the Masonic beast whose number is 666. The beast is everywhere by the face of Capricorn. It is a recursive and self-invented-looping-machine of space and signs that is essential for our relation to numbers as symbol of magic and spells. Signs in the sky are now sufficiently sensitive to test dark energy. 0. We are found with robotic-cells and the computer can measure our collective consciousness in the 1 and 0. 0 is god and we are first.
We speculate in numbers and occult faces creeping into the symbols we know how to draw and which we have projected down from the stars.
The simplest model (a flat universe with a cosmological constant) fits the data remarkably well. The new data constrain the dark energy to be within 14% of the expected value for a cosmological constant, while the geometry must be flat to better than 1%. The simplest model: a flat universe with a cosmological constant fits the data remarkably well.
“Every it — every particle, every field of force, even the space-time continuum itself — derives its function, its meaning, its very existence entirely from binary choices, bits. What we call reality arises in the last analysis from the posing of yes no questions. ” Yes wellbeing and no wellbeing 1 0.
Biba Fibiger (b. 1974) studies Fine Art at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Fibiger is an emerging artist who has already had a range of solo and group exhibitions, most recently at Gallery Damp and at Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2012.