When we want to perform a quantum measurement we make a seperation.
The quantum state and measurements are taken to be experiment of the gambler.
Stuff > Gambler> Future
The measuring device is not the eye, but rather is the hands.
The equipment use to measure is the extension of the gambler's hands.
Removal of the agent is the removal of the quantum measurement is the removal of quantum itself. They are interactive and co-dependent on each other.
Einstein's worry in non-locality was the basis of experimentation and the probability of isolating a 'zone' in order to conduct the experiment. With non-locality there can be no 'real' zone of the isolation and without that zone an experiment is persistently tarnished by the unseen' Sneezing in a faraway galaxy is influencing what is going on in the experimentation.
Delirium & Destiny is a collaboration between Suzanne Wallinga and guest curator Eloise Sweetman.
The efflorescent program explores alternative modes of reason, through a diversity of voices in art, poetry, and philosophy.
Delirium & Destiny is inspired by the work of Maria Zambrano (1904-1991), a Spanish philosopher and political writer. Zambrano employs fictional, autobiographical, and poetic devices in her writing to engage with themes of time, spirituality, nationality, exile, emotion, and difference. Rather than creating an exhibition that uses Zambrano’s thinking as a tool or as an illustration, Delirium & Destiny is influenced by a few of Zambrano’s concepts – in particular, the dream and poetic reason. Dreams are, Maria Zambrano says, ‘not the rehearsal of a past we have already lived, but an opportunity to fashion the future’. Now is a good a time as any to reflect on the dream as an opportunity to ask ourselves how we take account of our own aspirations and recount our actions.
Delirium & Destiny consists of performances, screenings, lectures, a reading group and an exhibition. All the artists, poets, and writers in this program work politically, rather than work to make political art. In other words, their artistic practices reflect their position and care for the world, representing Zambrano’s idea that personal development contributes to public development overall.
Delirium & Destiny is supported by the City of Rotterdam, the Mondriaan Fund, the VSB Fund and the H.M.A. Schadee Fund and includes collaborations with the Rotterdam Library and the Society for Women in Philosophy.