Quantum Consciousness: First Investigation

With the New Year, I established an art studio in an expansive building built by my uncle, Vaclovas Gutauskas SJ. He raised all of the funds necessary to build and maintain the Lithuanian Center, the chapel and the seminary, a total of over 45,000 square feet. This opened in 1957. My studio is in room 202—very spacious given my needs.

I anticipated to start the summer at artistic full throttle, with a team of assistants. Now, with the COVID-19 pandemic, my plans are on indefinite hold. I am sure that the summer will pass before social distancing ends. So, despite this setback, onward to new artistic investigations of thinking and consciousness.

These are my first attempts at addressing a most fascinating concept: quantum consciousness. More about these investigations in future postings.

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