Cloud Chamber: A Performance with Real Time Two-Way Interaction between Subatomic Particles and Violinist

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Troisi, Anna; Kirke, A.; Miranda , E.; Chiaramonte, A.; Matthias, J.; Fry, N.; McCabe, C.; Radtke, J.; Bull, M.;

‘Cloud Chamber’ - a composition by Alexis Kirke, Antonino Chiaramonte, and Anna Troisi - is a live performance in which the invisible quantum world becomes visible as a violinist and subatomic particle tracks interact together. An electronic instrument was developed whi... View more
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