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Collocations is a work of experimental writing that explores the philosophical implications of quantum mechanics by appropriating and transforming two key texts from Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein’s historic debates about the complementary relationship between position and momentum. By interacting with Collocations, the user turns into an experimenter, observing and physically manipulating the device to materialize unique textual configurations that emerge from within Bohr and Einstein’s original writings. Striking a balance between predetermined and algorithmically influenced texts, Collocations constructs a new quantum poetics, disrupting classical notions of textuality and offering new possibilities for reading. (Source: ELO 2015 catalog)

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Collocations by Abraham Avnisan (teaser)

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