In the end of 2013, a high resolution image of the coldest place in the Universe we know (The Boomerang Nebula) was captured by the most powerful set of telescopes in the world: Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) in the Atacama desert.
The importance of this discovery lies mainly in determining what happens with the stars once they die, because it will happen the same to the Sun. Now we know how cold our Solar System and the Universe may be in the future.
Alma, means in Spanish “soul”. I use the “cold” that would arise if the Sun died from a psychological perspective. I investigates the effects of the cold on the human soul and go deeply into a dystopic world.
A.L.M.A. builds a bridge between science and fiction and invents her very own universe which is not so far from the reality. Can a person without humanity still be called human?