This painting has been inspired by watching programs about modern physics, demonstrating the convergence of macro- and micro-world. They have been translated into the language of a painting as a futuristic tale about the interrelation of the flower and the antenna, about the similarity of the forest and electrical traction. A man with a glass-like or metallic face and his vermilion knowledge-boxes make an equipment worthy of the illegitimate child of Marinetti and dynamo-machine, they are just one of many elements of the puzzle here. And it should be like that, without exaltating a human or his knowledge. Simultaneously this painting tells yet another story: about the unity of the paint and the tools for spreading this paint. On the left, in about two fifths of the height, the broken palette-knife is incorporated into the picture. And it's quite good metaphor: both the palette-knife and the science are tools - specific extensions of human brain. So let’s make an assumption that this picture is about tools.