Zeus inside MAMA Gallery
Zeus inside MAMA Gallery

“Zeus” is a replication of a quantum computer (e.g. a D-Wave Systems computer). The computer will display two separate video works; on the left, thousands of images will flash dramatically, while on the right, a computer code will spool out on the screen. The monolithic sculpture evokes Deep Blue, the IBM chess computer that beat Garry Kasparov in a 1996 match. 

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Zeus Front View
Zeus Front View

“Zeus” is a replication of a quantum computer (e.g. a D-Wave Systems computer). The computer will display two separate video works; on the left, thousands of images will flash dramatically, while on the right, a computer code will spool out on the screen. The monolithic sculpture evokes Deep Blue, the IBM chess computer that beat Garry Kasparov in a 1996 match.

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Zeus Close Up front view
Zeus Close Up front view

“Zeus” is a replication of a quantum computer (e.g. a D-Wave Systems computer). The computer will display two separate video works; on the left, thousands of images will flash dramatically, while on the right, a computer code will spool out on the screen. The monolithic sculpture evokes Deep Blue, the IBM chess computer that beat Garry Kasparov in a 1996 match.

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Zeus inside MAMA Gallery
Zeus Front View
Zeus Close Up front view
Zeus inside MAMA Gallery

“Zeus” is a replication of a quantum computer (e.g. a D-Wave Systems computer). The computer will display two separate video works; on the left, thousands of images will flash dramatically, while on the right, a computer code will spool out on the screen. The monolithic sculpture evokes Deep Blue, the IBM chess computer that beat Garry Kasparov in a 1996 match. 

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Zeus Front View

“Zeus” is a replication of a quantum computer (e.g. a D-Wave Systems computer). The computer will display two separate video works; on the left, thousands of images will flash dramatically, while on the right, a computer code will spool out on the screen. The monolithic sculpture evokes Deep Blue, the IBM chess computer that beat Garry Kasparov in a 1996 match.

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

Zeus Close Up front view

“Zeus” is a replication of a quantum computer (e.g. a D-Wave Systems computer). The computer will display two separate video works; on the left, thousands of images will flash dramatically, while on the right, a computer code will spool out on the screen. The monolithic sculpture evokes Deep Blue, the IBM chess computer that beat Garry Kasparov in a 1996 match.

James Georgopoulos 2016

Photo Courtesy of MAMA Gallery Los Angeles 

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