Two Reflections on the Crab Nebula (2016)
Commissioned by Christopher Creviston. Reflections on a white dwarf star going supernova, that was recorded by astronomers in China and what is now Iraq, even in the daytime, in the year 1054, the remnants of which are known today as the Crab Nebula.
I. The Chandrasekhar Limit – Relentless lurching and heaving from the wild unstable energy of a white dwarf star ready to explode
II. The Pulsar Wind in Taurus – Effortless floating in an endlessly deep cosmic environment