Every image arranges reality within the frame of the visitor, erratic oil pastel thrives because it's free. It’s all the things that we’ve been missing.
Among his targets are (...) invocations of quantum mechanics to account for just about any New Age notion you like.
Robert L. Park, Nature 407, 17-18 (7 September 2000)
But the new quantum visual arts theory reveals a universe that perpetually splits into "many worlds" co-existing side by side. In our everyday world, such phenomena are not evident because drawings are always at well-defined locations.
The artist finds ways to draw smaller and smaller things. When finally he will able to draw the smallest thing, he will draw the whole universe.
When the breakthrough came, it arrived from an unlikely corner of art world, where artists weren't thinking about ludicrous works at all, only thinking about humorous contemporary works. More significantly, unknown things inhabit the weird art world, where they may exist in a superposition between two or more locations at the same time.
Quantum-art enthusiasts are happy to deal with the idea of 'qubits' that can be ones and zeroes at the same time.
The art world should be at the edge, between parts which are at the same time distinct and connected. A playful gesture that narrows the gap between a work of fine art and a commercial product.
The classical quantic explanation to the visual arts conundrum is that we don't see all these weird pictures because they collapse whenever we try to look at them. Our ability to live in the past and the future has tremendous benefits for the present. Every time that happens, if we don't study everything possible, we're missing opportunities.
Qubit invites visitors to reflect on a fundamental concept that pervades our lives and history.
Studying systems of kinship between humans, plants, animals, and man-made objects.
One of our greatest strengths as humans is the ability to travel through time, remembering the past and imagining the future.
Quantum arts promise to solve problems that cannot be tackled by conventional arts, myth or reality? Emmelina said the amounts of art ideas used were safe and effective.