Entanglement – an Space of Knowledge

Entanglement is a space of knowledge that was created as part of the exhibition «Libby Heaney: Quantensuppe» (23.3 – 26.5.2024) at the HEK (House of Electronic Arts) as a semester project by Samuel Trümpy at Bern University of the Arts. The website presents different access points to Libby Heaney’s exhibition and the themes dealt with therein. The individual chapters are intended to enable new contexts and perspectives by linking and juxtaposing them.

“Heaney is convinced that quantum computers could change the way we view and understand both ourselves and the world around us. Her works expand our abstract imagination with tangible visual worlds. During a conversation in which she introduced the exhibition, Heaney stated the following, which I believe is significantly important: ‘If you can imagine it, it probably isn’t quantum’. ‘Entanglement’ is my attempt to familiarise myself with this unimaginable, non-verbal concept using a variety of examples. The website was created with the platform ‘common.garden’, which was developed by Dutch artist Constant Dullaart. The website also provides a digital meeting place with an integrated audio function.” –Samuel Trümpy


Use your mouse to click on the black circles and immerse yourself in the fascinating quantum world!