“chuparosa,” Marcus Zúñiga, (Pasadena, California), 2022, light and mirrors, sculpture, 18x26x10 inches. (courtesy of 516 ARTS)

The exhibition “Art Meets History: Technologies of the Spirit” challenges the idea of a singular New Mexico story.

Open at 516 ARTS, the exhibition marks a second iteration of the show that opened with “Many Worlds Are Born,” showcasing that constellation of community and

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Carver Mead isn’t impressed by complicated things. As far as he’s concerned, the bigger challenge is to take a complex system and find a way to simplify it without overlooking any of its essential features.

In an era when integrated circuits for computers were painstakingly painted by hand by skilled lithographers, the microelectronics pioneer at Caltech designed a blueprint that

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In labs across the world, scientists are developing the power of quantum mechanics, a field of physics that behaves unlike anything we experience in our everyday lives. In 2019, Google announced that its quantum computer had achieved “quantum supremacy,” which could allow new kinds of computers to perform calculations at what were once unimaginable speeds. Other companies and research labs

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