apathy (n.) c.1600, “freedom from suffering,” from French apathie (16c.), from Latin apathia, from Greek apatheia ”freedom from suffering, impassability, want of sensation,” from apathes“without feeling, without suffering or having suffered,” from a- ”without” (see a- (3)) + pathos ”emotion, feeling, suffering” (see pathos). Originally a positive quality; sense of “indolence of mind, indifference to what should excite” is from c.1733.
Rigid order and perfect symmetry has never looked so good: London-based artist Leonardo Ulian welds bits and pieces of technological components to make these delicate mandalas. Each of these modern interpretations of Buddhist and Hindu mandalas is a carefully constructed interconnected web of wires and tech parts, speckled with the bright stripes of the resistors.