“Spooky Action At A Distance”
Is a tribute to Albert Einstein’s 100 year anniversary of his General Theory of Relativity. Einstein’s phrase, “spooky action at a distance” is synonymous with the famous EPR paradox of 1935 named after Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen, and one of the most highly cited works in the history of physics.
Einstein challenged Niels Bohr in the 1930s with Thought Experiments, claiming that quantum mechanics was an incomplete theory because, according to his theory of special relativity, “ it is impossible to say in an absolute sense that two distant events occur at the same time if those events are separated in space, based on (The relativity of simultaneity).
Rikki has painted Einstein in his study at Princeton University. the 1919 eclipse verifying Einstein’s calculations over Newton’s calculations. The desk is covered with his famous papers and memorable quotes. The background ghostly images are a reflection of past moments no longer solid in reality but fused in memory. On the subject of Quanta, Einsteins states: “The theory yields much, but it hardly brings us closer to the Old One’s secrets, I, in any case, am convinced that He does not play dice.”
This piece is available in;
- Canvas print – 16″H x 24″W rolled $45 (Shipping Included)
- UV Vinyl-coated paper – 16″H x 24″W rolled $45 (Shipping included)
- Giclee Print – 24″H x 36″W $450
Available by special request;
- 18″H x 24″W – Canvas print stretched over a 3/4″ frame. $100 (Shipping additional)
- 18″H x 24″W – Vinyl coated, on a ridged backing, ready to frame. $100 (Shipping additional)
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Canvas print, Giclee Print, Vinyl-coated paper
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