Zeus
Zeus

“Zeus” is a replication of a quantum computer (e.g. a D-Wave Systems computer) that loudly “beats” with a recording of the artists’ own heartbeat. The monolithic sculpture evokes Deep Blue, the IBM chess computer that beat Garry Kasparov in a 1996 match.

There are two separate video works; on the left, thousands of images flash dramatically, on the right, a computer code spools out on the screen. The “all-seeing” Zeus becoming more and more powerful with the more human knowledge it gathers.

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles

Zeus Front View
Zeus Front View

Front view installation

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles

Zeus
Zeus

Front view installation 2

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles

Zeus
Zeus Front View
Zeus
Zeus

“Zeus” is a replication of a quantum computer (e.g. a D-Wave Systems computer) that loudly “beats” with a recording of the artists’ own heartbeat. The monolithic sculpture evokes Deep Blue, the IBM chess computer that beat Garry Kasparov in a 1996 match.

There are two separate video works; on the left, thousands of images flash dramatically, on the right, a computer code spools out on the screen. The “all-seeing” Zeus becoming more and more powerful with the more human knowledge it gathers.

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles

Zeus Front View

Front view installation

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles

Zeus

Front view installation 2

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles

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