Quantum Savannah


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24” x 24”. Oil on 1.5″ gessoed panel. This painting is called Quantum Savannah. A scene of grazing endangered Grevy’s zebras is seen through a frame created by the inner workings of a quantum computer. Quantum computers will be exponentially faster than existing computers and thus handle complex problems, such as modeling ecosystems, more efficiently.

Over the last decades, we have become conditioned to see technology as destructive to the environment. As a result, many people looking at this painting will think the metallic surfaces of the quantum computer represent something a threat to nature. I want to challenge people to see technology differently. It does not have to be a threat to nature. It can be the best way to preserve it.

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