Visual artist Cornelia Parker and theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli come together to explore the revelations of quantum physics and the nature of reality.
One of Britain’s most acclaimed visual artists, Cornelia Parker’s sculptures challenge our sense of what an artwork can be.
Both an eminent theoretical physicist and a bestselling author, Carlo Rovelli has not only advanced humanity’s understanding of its place in the cosmos but made the revelations of physics intelligible to the rest of us.
This episode of the podcast brings the two together with science filmmaker David Malone for a journey into the hidden depths of reality.
Cornelia’s career retrospective at Tate Britain is on until mid-October. Carlo’s book Helgoland is out now in paperback.