• CERN Art and Science Summit

    On 30 January 2024, the Summit will delve into the challenges and opportunities of the engagement between art and science.

    Chloé Delarue, TAFAA – TINA UNFOLLOW ALICE, 2023. Installation view Exploring the Unknown, CERN Science Gateway (2023). Photo: Marina Cavazza.
  • Collide Copenhagen

    Artists and collectives from any country can apply for the second edition of Collide Copenhagen, a fully-funded residency between CERN and Copenhagen Contemporary

    Collide Copenhagen 2024
  • Exploring the Unknown

    The CERN Science Gateway opens with the exhibition that features new artworks by four former artists in residence

    Julius von Bismarck & Benjamin Maus, Round About Four Dimensions (2023). Installation view Exploring the Unknown, CERN Science Gateway (2023). Photo: Marina Cavazza.
Open call: Collide Copenhagen

Artists and collectives from any country are invited to submit their proposals for a fully-funded two-month residency shared between CERN in Geneva and Copenhagen Contemporary.

CERN

What is the universe made of? How did it start? Physicists and engineers at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, are seeking answers using the world's largest and most complex scientific instruments.

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