The Quantum Clock
Clock, arduino, sensors, sound.
Installation, mixed technique, 2012.
The Quantum Clock talks about the subjectivity of experience in the construction of our reality.
The proposed installation is part of an ongoing research and body of work reflecting on uncertainty, oracles and decision making from a cultural and scientific perspective. The Quantum Clock is a clock whose hands change speed, direction and behavior in reaction to the environment and the spectator's presence. This clock, dedicated to Werner Heisenberg, talks about the subjectivity of experience and the active role of the observer in the construction of a reality.
This interactive object is part of a series of interactive assemblages named noise_objects.
The Quantum Clock will be in Display at Qmedia open Studios on My 24-26th
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