Raymond E. Mingst has written an essay about the work in the show. Here is the first paragraph:
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end,” is from a statement of praise known as the ‘lesser doxology’ which is repeated during the Christian liturgy. Arthur Bruso’s new exhibition of photographs and constructions touches on that sense of the eternal, and our perpetual search to find meaning and elegance in a patient universe. Bruso explains, “cosmological themes lend themselves to conceptual interpretation because of the nature of Physics. Most of what we know about the universe comes from mathematical models, not direct observation like much of Biology.”
Please go to the Curious Matter site to read the complete essay.