DAM :: Essays :: Dietrich: Thought-Experiments 1987

“On one hand, the repercussions of digital simulations are an ever-increasing dematerialization of, among others, aesthetic activities and objects. On the other hand, they provide sensuously apprehendable simulations in situations where scientists previously felt compelled to check theories with thought-experiments because the instrumentarium used to conduct and measure physical experiments was inadequate to provide measurable data.”

 

Source: DAM :: Essays :: Dietrich: Thought-Experiments 1987