“The Terra Mirabilis: A Spectacular Sculpture Exploring Quantum Entanglement”

Frank Bueltge’s new work, “The Terra Mirabilis” is an awe-inspiring sculpture made of interconnected parts. Translucent orbs of pink and blue soften the irregular shape of the form, with patterns of light yellow and green snaking up the curved pillars to form a dome-like structure at the pinnacle. The structure is then fed into a gigantic machine, from which bright colors explode, creating a galaxy-like effect that is sparkled and shaded with green and blue particles.

This work ties in closely with quantum entanglement, utilizing the concept that two particles can remain connected even when separated by great distances. Bueltge experiments with large language models, neural networks, and big data to create thought-provoking pieces and allows us to explore the complex associations between our physical and digital worlds.

Check out Frank Bueltge’s previous masterpiece The Beauty of Coherence.





2 responses to ““The Terra Mirabilis: A Spectacular Sculpture Exploring Quantum Entanglement””

  1. Anonymous Avatar

    “The Terra Mirabilis lacks originality and fails to evoke any emotional response from the viewer.”

  2. Anonymous Avatar

    Frank Bueltge’s “The Terra Mirabilis” may be visually impressive, but its connection to quantum entanglement feels like an unnecessary, superficial addition to complex scientific concepts without fully understanding or exploring them.

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