Sometimes when I’m feeling anxious, I’ll wander over to the NASA page to look at the most recent images coming in from the Hubble Space Telescope. There’s something about two galaxies colliding that makes my problems seem small by comparison. I’m not joking. The sheer enormity of the cosmos is utterly calming.
With Cosmogenesis, Yves Tourigny sets out to present only a small slice of the cataclysm of creation that is our universe. As with my Hubble pics, I’m enchanted despite its shortcomings. Even more so because, somewhere behind the colliding debris, Cosmogenesis is about the interrelationship of all things.