I’ve developed a novel process that rather than just recording micro-videos in real-time, records instead the paths taken by microscopic creatures under the microscope. The images generated, result from the accumulation of the activity tracks of these usually invisible life forms and reveal the hugely complicated dynamic of their manifold activities and interactions. The process generates images that are in some sense similar to those of radioactive decay, or atomic particle collisions, as they are seen using cloud chambers.
The process reveals another level of reality that is usually withheld from us, and it seems that our world vibrates to these invisible wavelengths and frequencies. The other striking revelation, is the amount of life and activity, and even at this microscopic level our planet is saturated with life.
A sample of water in realtime (below).
Long exposure stills which reveal the tracks made by microbes (below).