The evolutionary play of quarks and electrons resulted in nuclei and atoms. The computational outburst of atoms resulted into molecules and star systems. The intricate relationships between molecules created the fascinating entities of DNA, proteins and membranes. The interplay of which created the many species of cells, which through an inherent need to reduce their entropy and ensure their propagation would congregate into organs and advanced interacting organisms. These organisms would grow interfaces that would mirror their predecessors, and in a game of survival of the fittest would evolve complex processing capabilities creating virtual worlds, artifacts and cultural codes.
The Flow visually reimagines physical processes that we are unable to directly observe with any imaginable medium, while referring to modern
physical theories and scientific visualisation processes. It alludes to ideas of digital physics, complexity and information theories as well as the
concepts of universal Darwinism, emergence and supervenience.