Fine Art Photography and Digital Visualizations
by Arnold Hermann, Light & Night Studios

 

Arnold Hermann is a philosopher and independent researcher specializing in ancient Greek thought from the Presocratics to Plato, Aristotle, and Plotinus. His primary focus is on metaphysics and the connection between Ancient conceptions of the universe and contemporary developments in quantum physics and quantum cognition, especially the implications of the "Observer Effect," and John Wheeler's "It from Bit" proposition. He is the author of several academic books, and is currently working on a trilogy of speculative non-fiction titled The Ouranian Chronicles
 

Arnold has conducted historical and investigative research for many years. His explorations have taken him all over the globe—most recently to Central America (Belize, Guatemala, Honduras), and across Europe and Asia, including a special expedition into the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia. In addition to his work as an author, Arnold is also a prolific artist, constantly exploring new ways of visualizing "objects of thought" through various media, including photography, classical fine art (oil painting), and digital visualizations.