I incorporate particle physics into my artwork, and recreate the abstract image of particle collisions onto the painting, actively utilising the formative sensibility that has manifested from the dynamics. I draw images first from my abstract perception and then combine them to create my own database, or archive. Each painting becomes a partial visual data of particle collisions, and when they are combined, one large visual algorithm is created. I formulate these to scatter again and then re-combine them to explore the visual possibility of realistically perceiving the movement of elementary particles.