Quantum's Got Talent: Open Call

The Quantum Inspire project aims to give more users access to the technology so that they can program and execute quantum algorithms independently. In it, Waag Futurelab will work with citizens, scientists and artists to explore the implications of quantum computing for society. In this open call, Waag explores how artists and art play a role in making quantum principles tangible with the aim of making the technology accessible to all.

Deadline has passed (17 June 2023), you cannot apply anymore. 

Are you interested in participating? Let us know by emailing to QGT2023 [at] waag [dot] org in order to get the final details of the call. 

About the open call

Quantum's Got Talent aims to explore connections between music, sound and audiovisual art and quantum physics through artistic experimentation, resulting in live performances, exhibitions, installations and other types of interactions with Dutch audiences. We believe that artists, designers and students can play an important role in making technology accessible because they think critically, playfully, rebelliously and creatively about inclusive technology. For Quantum's Got Talent, we are therefore looking for artists who want to submit ideas in which they are inspired by quantum mechanics and its applications. Important here is that it is an original work and reflects on the impact of these scientific developments on society. The three winning entries will receive a working budget of 3,000 euros.

Read more about the open call here (English)

Quantum's Got Talent
Friday June 23rd 2023 | 16:00 - 18:00 | Waag, Nieuwmarkt 4

Below, jury member and science journalist Anna Gimbrère invites you to participate (in Dutch):