Quantum & Queerness
In conversation with Dr Libby Heaney and Joseph Constable

Join visual artist and quantum physicist Dr Libby Heaney and curator Joseph Constable to hear them speak about Ooze Machines, Libby’s current exhibition in the Main Gallery. They will be exploring themes such as the fluidity of the microscopic quantum world and the non-binary, entangled futures that quantum technologies could bring.

This discussion is part of the Ooze Machines exhibition programme, more info here.

Visit Ooze Machines in the Main Gallery from 4 May – 30 June.

About Libby Heaney 
Dr Libby Heaney is an award-winning visual artist with a PhD & professional research background in Quantum Information Science. She is widely known as the first artist to work with quantum computing as a functioning artistic medium.

About Joseph Constable
Joseph Constable is a curator, writer, and producer, currently Head of Exhibitions at the De La Warr Pavilion, where he has curated exhibitions of artists including Hélio Oiticica (2023), Mohammed Sami (2023), Zineb Sedira (2022) and Minoru Nomata (2022).

Tuesday 4 June

Doors 6pm
Event 6.30pm – 8pm
This event is free but booking is required. Click here to book

(1) slimeQrawl
(2) Libby Heaney, credit Andrea Rossetti