Libby's essays span the intersections of art, quantum physics, technology, philosophy, feminist theories. Through practice and writing, Libby questions how reading or 'diffracting' concepts from quantum science through other disciplines reveal radical insights into the constructed systems we live within, offering space for new possibilities to emerge. While dealing with often complex subject matter, Libby's approach is accessible, she draws on insightful metaphors and analogies from across fields, without over simplifying.
Quantum Agencies, CCCB, 2019.
Quantum Computing and Complexity in Art, Leonardo Journal, 2019 (submitted 2017).
Quantum Machine Learning, Medium.com Blog Post, 2018.
Noisy Chatterbots, V&A Digital Design Weekend Publication, 2018.
Systems Research Group, Royal College of Art.