Sergey Shutov, ‘The Butterfly Effect’, 2014, Laboratoria Art & Science Space
Sergey Shutov, ‘The Butterfly Effect’, 2014, Laboratoria Art & Science Space
Sergey Shutov, ‘The Butterfly Effect’, 2014, Laboratoria Art & Science Space

As the chaos theory claims, the world as a whole, and particularly the human beings, have incredible sensibility to preservation of the initial conditions of any dynamic system. This phenomenon is called
“the butterfly effect”, after the essay of the same name by Ray Bradbury, in which a humble insect crushed by unwary traveler into past initiates an absolutely different scenario of events. If you are not positioned on the island of stability, push into your back brings you to unpredictable consequences. Entangled individual demonstrates chaotic behaviour. In turn, the control of quantum entanglement, discovered by E.Reaper in the human DNA, inspired a series of graphics (in the second hall) and video. Possibly, the human physiology is ready for the control over space and time.

Image rights: stills from the video; photo by Yuri Palmin

The project is co-commissioned by FutureEverything and Laboratoria Art&Science Space

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