Science and Aesthetics: How Beauty Can Emerge from Matter

Science and Aesthetics: How Beauty Can Emerge from Matter

E. Del Giudice A. Tedeschi 

International Institute of Biophotonics (IIB), Neuss, Germany

WHITE HB, Milano, Italy

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The emergence of beauty and emotions from matter is discussed in the framework of modern Quantum Physics. The artistic experience is connected with a resonant interaction between subjects and objects, which is made possible by the quantum property of all bodies to fl uctuate.


aesthetics, fl uctuations, quantum physics, resonance.


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