Marjolein Blom — Double Slit Experiment
Double Slit Experiment is a study about time travel. It touches on scientific principles that, in theory, could make traveling through time possible, but also on the practical impossibility of humans as time travelers.
‘When we travel, we translocate ourselves. Not only through space, but through time as well.
We often have a clear image about the space beforehand, A specifically chosen destination; a city o the other side of the world, or that little cabin on the edge of the forest, not too far from home.
A destination in time does not allow for an easy choice. We can arrive a day later, but not one day earlier than today. Might there be a possibility to bend the seemingly strict rules of time? To travel freely to any given moment?
Racing into the future and slowly sauntering back, past the now, into the prehistoric era. Or perhaps not all the way until prehistory, but just a couple of years in the direction of the past. To once again be able to speak with those loved ones we miss.’
Double Slit Experiment resulted in a book.
Specs: 21.5 x 29.5 cm, 44 pages
Edition of 150 (numbered), several handmade details by Marjolein Blom
Publisher: Pamphlet stichting
Price: € 35