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Resonating randomness

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Entering the Barbican foyer, a curved black wall speckled with moving white dots catches the eye. As I approach, the dots resolve into streams of 1s and 0s flowing down the wall. Random Revolution (21 Nov–15 Dec 2019) is part of the Life Rewired 2019season at the Barbican Centre in London, UK, which explores human identity in the face of ever- changing technology. A collaboration between Prof. Rob Young, physicist at the University of Lancaster, and artists from design studio Cellule, the installation is an immer­ sive experience, encouraging the audience to engage with the random nature of quantum mechanics.

Period12/12/2019

Entering the Barbican foyer, a curved black wall speckled with moving white dots catches the eye. As I approach, the dots resolve into streams of 1s and 0s flowing down the wall. Random Revolution (21 Nov–15 Dec 2019) is part of the Life Rewired 2019season at the Barbican Centre in London, UK, which explores human identity in the face of ever- changing technology. A collaboration between Prof. Rob Young, physicist at the University of Lancaster, and artists from design studio Cellule, the installation is an immer­ sive experience, encouraging the audience to engage with the random nature of quantum mechanics.

References

TitleNature Review Materials
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date12/12/19
Producer/AuthorAnkita Anirban
PersonsRobert Young