Clark & Vakula are currently working on an art installation, in collaboration with scientist Daniel R Miller from the MIT Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research, involving a supercomputer model of the evolution of the universe. Experimental theories of Kavli scientist Max Tegmark are inspiring us to think about our universe as a combination of fields of data, and multi-level universes. We would like to observe what our universe would evolve into if we change certain aspects of physics. We would like to understand this model as architecture and speculate these parallel meanings and implications in our human-scale physical world by using art as a vehicle for this research. Furthermore, we would like to open this architectural model to collaboration with the audiences and various communities of amateur astronomers. In that sense, we would like “include” in this “portrait” and experiences of the scientific community gathering around this body of research and expose the whole model as a social sculpture.