The simplicity in expressiveness in the Artist Body of Work makes you experience the wave function collapse in the most personal and interactive way possible.For more information about the Artist Statement, you can read what the Artist wrote here.
Imagine you are a particle.
Quantum physics describes you, as a complex mixture of different probabilities: Quantum States.
This complex mixture of probabilities is commonly refered to as a Wave Function.
And, you can visualize this complex mixture of probabilities as a simple Wave(very similar to an Ocean Wave).
You can have different Wave Functions that interact with each other.
And, that ultimately physically describe you.
Your wave functions can interfere with each other.
This complex interference is commonly refered to as Superposition.
And, when all these wave functions interfere with each other, they create other wave functions that are Superpositions of the other wave functions.
You are now a superposition of different waves.
You are a Superposition of all the different wave functions that describe you.
When you observe this text.
You now experience the collapse of your Wave Functions.
And, you are now reduced to a single quantum state:
You are now here reading this text.
Quantum Physics is simply complex as that.
The combination of art, technology, science, human biology, and quantum physics creates an interactive body of work that you paint when you observe.
The secondary colours are not physically created, and do not physically exist in the photographs.
All secondary colours are painted only by you.
The secondary colours live inside you.
And, are unique to you.
Because, the colours are not physically in the photograph.
It is you that creates them, when you observe the image1.
The craftsmanship of portraying subject matter is planned for you in every detail, so when you appreciate the Artist body of work is just that: Perfection.
The Artist portrays his subject matter, by drawing and painting multiple tones of Red, Green, or Blue.
That represent superpositions of primary colours.
And, when you observe.
You experience the collapse of the superposition of primary colours to a single secondary colour.
Primary colours are reduced to secondary colours.
That are unique to you when you observe1.
All Complementary Colours Are Painted Only By You.- Mário Sousa.®, Fine Pixel Artist.
So You Can Paint Your Colours. One Colour At a Time.