Vincenzo Iorfida/Antonella Pisani

professor
MIUR
Lamezia Terme (CZ) Italy
The work entitled "The quantum world", is about an observer who is immersed in the subatomic world. The presence of this "paradoxical" observer does not alter the state of subatomic particles, which violates the principle of non-locality.
The quantum world
50 x 75 cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2013
We wanted to represent the environment suggestive of quantum physics, and paradoxes that characterize it, such as entanglement, not accessible to non-specialist audiences. The inspiration is given by the curiosity of the microcosm and the physical laws that govern it, very different from those of Newton and Maxwell that relate to the macro world in which we live. As well as being represented by dynamic shapes and symmetries that make up many places in hyperspace, the painting also covers aspects of geometry, algebra and complex analysis. The mathematics concerns applications, the theory of von Neumann algebras, semigroups, and the theory of operators on Hilbert spaces.