Don´t lie to kids - Limited Edition 1 of 5


Spain

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Size: 16.5 H x 23.2 W x 0.4 in

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Photography: Color, Digital, C-type, Manipulated and Paper on Paper.

FIT THE SLIT Part 2
// When we turn the detector off we remove the photon electron coupling and in time the interference pattern will reform. This is because the wave function represents the
time continuum at the most fundametal level. Understanding time is the key to understanding the Double Slit Experiment \\

These words are the starting point of this exhibition, Fit the Slit _ part 2. Thy talk about the Young Experiment or the Double-slit experiment by Thomas Young in 1801. This experiment is a demonstration that light and matter can display characteristics of both classically defined waves and particles. Moreover, it displays the fundamentally probabilistic nature of quantum mechanical phenomena.
This experiment was also the starting point to develop the art work that will be display in Venice during the Biennale.

http://susanalf.es/wordpress/not-lie-to-kids_venezia-2017_-english/

Keywords: london, india, Venice, limited edition, collage, digital photo, bienal, limited edition art

Subjects: World Culture

Styles: Conceptual, Fine Art, Street Art

Mediums: Color, Digital, C-type, Manipulated, Paper

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