Michael Olivieri – Professor of University of Georgia and an amateur photographer shoots landscapes. But instead of meadows, forests, streams and hills of his photographs – he created, nanostructures grown from a metallic oxide fumes or powders, heated at low pressure. And he prefers scanning electron microscope.
1. After receiving first degree at the Faculty of Electronics, now teaches the art of Michael and digital technology at the University of Georgia.
2. Michael makes his nano-landscapes, which are closely intertwined science and art, in collaboration with his colleague in campus, a scientist named Chzhenvey Pan.
3. Together they created a series called Innerspace.
4. The subject of Michael – 1,000 times thinner than a human hair.
5. They are all laboratory samples.
6. These patterns of nano-art discovers new micro-and macro-relations, tricking the viewer their remarkable resemblance to our world.