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My articles on contemporary art (over 50) inspired me to formulate the theoretical principles of quantum style in art, to propose the term "Quantistica" to the international community and to identify the origins of creative creativity in terms of quantum philosophy based on the latest results of physical cosmology and the discoveries of elementary particle quantum mechanics.


In this article, I base myself on the provisions of the Quantum Art manifesto, created in 2008 by Roberto Denti, Italian theorist, architect, painter, graphic artist and computer designer. The ideas of the Manifesto were logically continued in the creation of the international group of artists "Quantum Movement" in 2012, which was transformed in 2020 into the IAMAQ-Italy International Academy of Arts and Quantum Science.


The direction of the Academy has offered me the status of President of the Presidium of the Art Council, and I thought it possible for the best execution of my duties to determine the sphere of quantistica art located in the border space of the convergence of science and art , using the comparative characteristics adopted in the scientific community and in art theory.


Quantistica art is an inseparable part of a person's spiritual activity, in which creative thinking is a quantum state that exists outside of material reality. Thought defines, acts and builds an alleged reality. Art does not work with physical reality, but with ideas, images, schemes of real objects in the meaning of a quantum system in one of its allowed states.


In his 2015 research, physicist Matthew Fisher of the University of California, Santa Barbara, argued that the brain could contain molecules that could withstand powerful quantum overlaps. In particular, he believed that the nuclei of phosphorus atoms found in living cells wherever they can have this ability. Therefore, the scientist built the possibility of human thought processes on the basis of an internal natural quantum computer capable of simultaneously executing mutually exclusive commands!


Modern quantum theory considers the "divine" act of the birth of an idea as an independent quantum object which can be described using the mathematical apparatus of quantum mechanics, ie a vector and a matrix of states, which in turn they take into account the interaction of consciousness with the environment.

For quantum theory, not only thoughts, but also our emotions, emanations, aura and other intangible feelings are a manifestation of nonlocal states of "density matrices" generated and emitted by a person and captured by other subjects.


Quantum art requires a new approach to the development of the surrounding reality, a conscious understanding of the visible object, as a transition point of the quantum world in an objective (open) state of reality, called in science the "process of decoherence".


The fact of the observation "reduces" (reduces) the wave function of a particle - a quantum - at a specific point where the particle is detected, and this transition is considered to be an "information exchange channel".


The innovation of Quantistica as an artistic style consists in defining a new object of attention for visual art: the artistic understanding of the "open world" visible through the prism of a multivariate quantum galactic space, the essence of which was formulated by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg in the "Copenhagen Interpretation", cosmologists Max Tegmark and Stephen Hawking in their multiverse theory and Edward Witten in string theory.


The most coherent today is the existential interpretation of quantum mechanics formulated by Wojciech Zurek in 2003. It is largely based on the "theory of decoherence", which describes the manifestation of classical objects by "quantum superposition".


A quantum superposition is an overlap of alternative (mutually exclusive) states that cannot be realized simultaneously from the classical point of view, but in quantum mechanics, states that are qualitatively different in their characteristics interact, causing further interference effects, enriched by reciprocal connections of information and resonate instantly regardless of distances after their diversity in various areas of space.


Quantum teleportation experiments, i.e. the possibility of remotely transmitting the quantum state of one object to another, were conducted by physicists from different countries: American physicist and computer scientist Charles Bennett, Austrian researcher Anton Zeilinger, a group of Italian scientists led by Francesco De Martini. The quantum theory of elementary particles justifies the possibility of instantaneous communication between particles of a polarized field, regardless of distance. A. Einstein called this telepathic connection.


On a daily level, the artist feels in a state of "self-awareness" manifested due to the presence of abstract thought, which allows you to control the nature of the interaction with the outside world and therefore to create an image of himself. This feeling is an awareness of the work of his mind, the systems of perception and control of energy flows within the physical body.


The artist needs reduction or selection of states to highlight individual classes of states of parallel development of varying events.

The higher (enlightened) consciousness is able to dominate superconsciousness, virtuality, divinity, the ideal with the possibility of transition to "other worlds".


At different times, creative intuition, as a manifestation of higher consciousness, received different names related to the level of scientific development of society in certain periods: the ancient Greek philosophy of Aristotle considered the "state" in the "Beautiful" category; the era of Christianity was guided by the concepts of "Miracle" and "Revelation"; during the Renaissance the state of "Inspiration" was studied; "Idea" - in the era of lighting; "Creative cosmic vibration" - in the interpretation of Vasily Kandinsky, "Theosophy" - in the writings of Elena Blavatsky, "Intuitionism" - in the philosophy of Henri Bergson.


Modern Quantistica as an artistic theory offers its own interpretation of the "creative state", giving scientific confirmation of the possibility of receiving information at the moment of transgression of highly developed mental consciousness, examining the physical possibilities of the artist - medium of communicating with the world of quantum space, thus pushing the visual boundaries of the real world.


The deeper parallel between the quantum worlds and the world of consciousness lies precisely in the fact that in both cases we are dealing with the "state sciences" and that through changes in the states of an object or consciousness (energy levels or state activities) all transitions to "other worlds" take place. So in parallel there is the possibility of a transition from the classic "open world" to its quantum variants.


The great hypothesis on the need to include the observer's consciousness in the theory of quantum mechanics has been expressed since the first years of existence of quantum philosophy by W. Pauli, a Swiss physicist and theorist who worked in the field of elementary particle physics and of quantum mechanics.

Scientists J. Wigner and E. Schrödinger spoke of the need to include consciousness in measurement theory, noting that consciousness has an effect on reality, changing the outcome of the experiment.


Modern quantum theory considers the relationship between the part and the whole, the exchange of energy and information, the mutual transitions of the unmanifested quantum and of the observable classical worlds.


Based on the above, I want to make some generalizations:

Quantistica - both the STYLE and the GENRE of the fine arts, which reflect the figurative (physical) world through the visual manifestation (addition) on the canvas of the elements of the quantum channel of exchange of energy information, taking into account the galactic spaces of the hidden quantum structure Universe.


The philosophy of quantum art is based on the convergence (fusion) of the most recent international scientific discoveries of nuclear physics, quantum mechanics, cosmogony of the universe and the cultural and artistic understanding of the art of new qualitative paradigms of our time, correspondence the personal qualities of the artist's highly developed mental consciousness, which is aware of its connection with the energetic-information quantum field of the world.


Quantum superposition is the imposition of alternative (mutually exclusive) techniques of quantistica art on traditional forms of classical and avant-garde art genres, while receiving the effect of the interference of new possibilities and multivariate interpretations of artistic images.


The task of the artist, of a quantistica style, is to transmit on the canvas an objective reflection of the states of variant of the parallel development of events that occur objectively and independently of a person. The artist's attention is the ability to identify individual classes of states that are qualitatively different in their characteristics from the total number of possible states in the system.


The will of the observer (artist) is a quantitative characteristic of the non-local state of the "density matrix" which can influence the result of the implementation of multivariate developments in a polarized field system.


The avant-garde styles of the twentieth century, which were based on a spontaneous image of a religious, meditative, psychedelic and narcotic trance seen in an altered state (such as Vizhenari art, abstraction, surrealism, etc.), they should be taken as special cases of Quantistica, fixing random images of altered consciousness, but the authors were unaware of the causal relationship with the galactic information field, the quantum structure of the universe, confirmed by the latest discoveries of the world scientific community in the field of cosmogony and quantum mechanics.

Academician IAMAQ (Milan, Italy),

Academician of EAEN (Hannover, Germany),

Honorary Professor of Art History, Professor,

Eurasian European Union expert,

Expert of the Russian magazine Galleria XXI century   

G.N. GinZburg

G.N. GinZburg
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