• Dark Matters

    In collaboration with Science Gallery Melbourne and the ARC Centre, the exhibition Dark Matters explores the fundamental essence of life and the universe

    Yunchul Kim, Chroma V, 2022 Installation view: DARK MATTERS, Science Gallery Melbourne 2023. Photo: Eloise Coomber
  • Rohini Devasher

    Drawing on her Connect India residency at CERN and ICTS, Rohini Devasher outlines in an essay the first iteration of Beyond the Standard Model

    Beyond the Standard Model’ in Devasher’s Practice, a sketch.jpg
  • Joan Heemskerk

    The web-based pioneer wins the first edition of the Collide Copenhagen residency award

    Joan Heemskerk, Q&Q, 2020
  • AATB

    Andrea Anner and Thibault Brevet, the Swiss artists selected for the first edition of Connect, have begun their residency at CERN

    Andrea Anner and Thibault Brevet visiting the CERN robotics workshop. Photo by Xenia Harder
  • Yet, it moves!

    Arts at CERN collaborates with Copenhagen Contemporary’s Yet, it moves!, which features work by artists in residence

    Jakob Kudsk Steensen Tongues of Verglas, Les Langues de Verglas (2022) Installation view courtesy of the artist
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