Over three years, Spanish artist Alejandro Guijarro visited some of the world’s most prestigious quantum mechanics labs – including those at Cambridge, CERN, Oxford and Stanford – and captured the blackboards just as he found them: semi-erased, with the ghostly residue of workings and revisions, insights and ideas of the lab.
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