Schrödinger’s cat – or: On the art of being in multiple locations simultaneously

After a couple of years working  part time as a lawyer I just started working in a full time position. The first week brought me to about 50 hours and an additional 13 hours commuting time. My brain – while obviously mostly occupied with cases and briefs – feverishly tries to establish a parallel sphere in which running, art and writing might still have a serious existence. While it is hard to get out paints at night digital sketches have been a kind of substitute for my art deprived brain. As for non- legal language impact I have been listening to David Foster Wallace while driving and Proust. In search of lost time. One does not need a psychologist to figure out why these are the choices that offered themselves. As for Schrödinger’s Cat: Only while rereading the small blurb on superposition under my sketch did I realize why the idea has found its way into my nightly art fix: the effect in which a single particle is demonstrated to be in multiple locations simultaneously. 

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