As she delicately slipped nuggets of deep-fried brain into her mouth Julie explained Bell’s Theorem to me, how a photon can be two places at the same time, or perhaps it’s not but that’s the only way we can conceptualise its breaches of our ideas of time and space. We’d already met in the queue for immigration and to my pleasure Ken brought her to lunch. I met Ken two days ago, he’s a friend of Noah‘s, and Julie is a friend of his and this is the point of conferences: you sit and have lunch with friends and their friends and their friends’ friends and because you’re all at a conference about electronic art chances are you’ll have something interesting to talk about. I’ve met a few people who didn’t know friends of my friends, too. Anna makes art for space. Outer space.

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