quantum review on kelise

Review of the exhibition on the kelise blog

On kelise ~ blog/journal: First Thursdays – Whitechapel walking tour of art in East London With a slideshow of photos of some of the artworks.

quantum review on kelise

Review of the exhibition on the kelise blog

On kelise ~ blog/journal: First Thursdays – Whitechapel walking tour of art in East London With a slideshow of photos of some of the artworks.

Colliditron

An interactive artwork collaboration between artists Ahmed Farooqui and Liz Whiteman Smith.

Colliditron

An interactive artwork collaboration between artists Ahmed Farooqui and Liz Whiteman Smith.

Quantum Private View was a huge success

The number of visitors to the Quantum exhibition on the opening evening were astounding! The friends of the artists, the regular visitors to Espacio Gallery and the art collectors were joined by the huge numbers of visitors carrying Whitechapel Gallery

Quantum Private View was a huge success

The number of visitors to the Quantum exhibition on the opening evening were astounding! The friends of the artists, the regular visitors to Espacio Gallery and the art collectors were joined by the huge numbers of visitors carrying Whitechapel Gallery

Installing Quantum

Esperanza Gomez Carrera installing her sculpture. Ahmed Farooqui installing his black hole. Ruth Jones installing ‘Emergence’.

Installing Quantum

Esperanza Gomez Carrera installing her sculpture. Ahmed Farooqui installing his black hole. Ruth Jones installing ‘Emergence’.

“He does not play with dice”

Esperanza Gomez-Carrera “He does not play with dice” Albert Einstein said this phrase in a letter to Max Born in 1926 in which he explained his disagreement with Niels S.Bohr. It was Born who asked: Do you believe in a

“He does not play with dice”

Esperanza Gomez-Carrera “He does not play with dice” Albert Einstein said this phrase in a letter to Max Born in 1926 in which he explained his disagreement with Niels S.Bohr. It was Born who asked: Do you believe in a

A Lump of Sugar

Esperanza Gomez-Carrera “A Lump of Sugar” “If we could join all the human beings on this planet, take their atoms and remove the empty space within them, all humanity, all the inhabitants of the earth, would fit in a lump

A Lump of Sugar

Esperanza Gomez-Carrera “A Lump of Sugar” “If we could join all the human beings on this planet, take their atoms and remove the empty space within them, all humanity, all the inhabitants of the earth, would fit in a lump

Julie Caves painting

Special Theory of Relativity

Einstein extended Galileo’s principle of relativity from mechanics (study of motion) to electromagnetism. The Special Theory of Relativity = the laws of physics are the same for all observers in uniform motion, all frames of reference are the same. Quantum:

Julie Caves painting

Special Theory of Relativity

Einstein extended Galileo’s principle of relativity from mechanics (study of motion) to electromagnetism. The Special Theory of Relativity = the laws of physics are the same for all observers in uniform motion, all frames of reference are the same. Quantum:

new to the standard model

For the first time we posed the question “What is The Standard Model?”

Back at the beginning of the project, regular people looking at particle physics. Read more about Roan’s project.

new to the standard model

For the first time we posed the question “What is The Standard Model?”

Back at the beginning of the project, regular people looking at particle physics. Read more about Roan’s project.

The Quantum Exhibition flyer design

We have our flyer design! Thank you to Joao Trindade, Roan Allen and the others involved in the design.

The Quantum Exhibition flyer design

We have our flyer design! Thank you to Joao Trindade, Roan Allen and the others involved in the design.

A Screaming Star

From ‘From Quarks to Quasars’: A Screaming Star: Swift J1644+57 Have you ever heard a star scream? Neither have scientists, but they have come close. 3.9 billion light-years away, there is a star getting ripped apart by a supermassive black

A Screaming Star

From ‘From Quarks to Quasars’: A Screaming Star: Swift J1644+57 Have you ever heard a star scream? Neither have scientists, but they have come close. 3.9 billion light-years away, there is a star getting ripped apart by a supermassive black