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Quantum computer art

Posted on 13/07/2017

The University of Bristol and the Royal College of Art have joined forces to create the beautiful fusion that is quantum computer art.

Artists and scientists from the University of Bristol and the Royal College of Art have joined forces to blend two very different disciplines and create the beautiful fusion that is quantum computer art.

The collaboration between the world-leading universities has culminated in an exhibition which explores the world of quantum mechanics through art, using the medium of early stage quantum computers.

The exploratory venture aims to expose aspects of quantum computers to the public in a new and inspiring way and to develop their understanding of the mysterious properties of quantum mechanics.

The exhibition which is called, ‘Entangled: Art, Science and Quantum Computing’ held its inaugural showcase at White City, London on the 7 and 8 June and is coming to Bristol in July.

The collection features six very different pieces of artwork including; ‘Alice and Bob’s love letters’, ‘The Alien Present’ and ‘Nibbles’.

More information is available here.

 

Image Credit: Original Simulations group: Henry Semenenko and Sam Pallister (Bristol) and Maria Euler and Ker Siang Yeo (RCA)