Schrödinger’s Cat Book

A book made as part of the exhibition Contemplations on the Ambiguous Nature of the Past by Tania Theodorou at the Tot Zover Museum between June 12 - December 13.

The concept for the book was to work with diagrams of the Schrödinger’s Cat Paradox (a thought experiment, often described as a paradox devised by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1935) all found specifically on the web. We decided to show a mixture of didactic and ironic versions of the diagram and to place the images bleeding off each page as a reference to the double nature of the theory.

80 pages, 2 color offset print (black and red respectfully), perfect binding.
Edition: 100 in black and 100 in red ink.