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Quantum Fluctuations

In Quantum Fluctuations, particle simulations are used as the brush and paint to create abstract moving paintings that visualise the events that happen during a proton collision. Made as a series of virtual experiments, Quantum Fluctuations shows the complexity and transient nature of the most fundamental aspect of reality, the quantum world, which is impossible to observe directly. In the laboratory, elementary particles are observed by measuring the spoils of a proton collision and comparing the findings with data collected from supercomputer simulations. It is perhaps the most indirect method of observation imaginable, a non-representational form of observation mediated by computer simulations.

Each print is available in limited editions of 50 on museum quality Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper and each comes with a certificate of authenticity. Prints are produced and shipped via creativehub.io who are end-to-end carbon neutral and partner with the World Land Trust to protect natural habitats.

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