EF-5: GravitySpacetime governs the motion of physical objects in EF-5: Gravity. A fundamental force of nature, Gravity accounts for the existence of the universe as we know it. At a macroscopic level, this natural force keeps our planets in orbit around the sun; our moon in orbit around the Earth - every planetary body is surrounded by this attractive force. EF-5: Gravity, demonstrates the power of this natural phenomenon, intimating the attractive pull on all objects.
On one hand, this story presents the sheer material and physical force of Gravity. On the other, we explore the gravitational pull of two bodies towards each other, and their brutal crash, like an encounter that makes its mark and leaves us scarred.
InspirationPresenting objects that are at the same time both geometric and organic, it was important to craft the surface material with delicate and exquisite characteristics. Referencing textures such as marble and crystalline structures, the surface, texture and weight of the objects conveys the other-worldliness of this scene.
The "lack of gravity is this strange moment in which we reveal more about the two objects."
Visual artist, Sergio Calderón, co-director of Gravity, with FIELD