By exploring mathematics, science and biology in an artistic light, Francois Domain revisits the principle concerns of the "Age of Enlightenment"examining free will, predestination, faith and time. Is DNA the ultimate code that decides who we am, what we like and who we love? Are we humans, creators of our future or are we pawns on a gigantic chess board? Will our codes, digits and strings of data ever beat the matrix, and finally reveal the answers to our identity? Will humanity ultimately decipher the code, and accomplish its obsessive quest to become God?
Like a painter using pigments, Francois rearranges these binaries, computers, software, and mathematical knowledge, pulling them back to the original beauty of the inexplicable.