QFWR22_09; Spooky Writing from a Distance

Spooky Writing from a Distance

“Indeed, quantum dis/continuity troubles the very notion of dicho-tomy – thecutting into two – itself (including the notion of ‘itself’!). All this ‘quantum weirdness’(the display of an increasing array of uncanny phenomena) is actually ‘quantumqueerness,’ and I don’t mean simply strange. Q is for queer – the un/doing ofidentity. Quantum dis/continuity is at the crux of this im/possible, im/passible, trans/formation.”

Quantum Entanglements and Hauntological Relations of Inheritance: Dis/continuities, SpaceTime Enfoldings, and Justice-to-Come, Karen Barad


We were inspired by the writings of Karen Barad and of course Einstein on the world of Quantum Mechanics and our entangled, invisible worlds. Using these texts and the Slit-Scan experiments as reference, we co-created an exercise that worked with the ideas of simlutaenous story making. 

Link to full exercise

30 October, 2022