For me - getting the scale of these chemical processes works at the level of a magnifying glass. A large scale work simply has many of these processes working within it.
I need to find some possible solutions to this...
When I 'amplify' my work - I don't mean making it bigger in scale. What other word could describe getting smaller but more complex while working at the microscopic level?
I could 'concentrate' my work?
I could 'condense' my work?
I could 'minify' my work?
I could 'complexify' my work? (Deleuze)
LINK to WordHippo
For me - getting smaller and richer suggests the word 'concentrating' my work.
Use AR (Augmented Reality) on parts of the large pieces. The small details will appear as video or GIF overlays using AR APKs. However - this seems more relevant if used in a physical exhibition space.
LINK to Artivive to show it could work in a physical space.
LINK to Unity App development - Using an app like Artivive could prove to be very expensive (in dollars!). I could use my existing Unity platform (same as Game Design) with its Vuforia add-in to create my own AR app for Android initially. ..then iOS afterwards.
I have been introducing drawing students to the pleasures of working on a bituminous surface and am myself enjoying the process of illustration which I teach.
How could this work for my future practice?