• Tania Candiani

    Her sound action Quantum Prelude explores the connections between quantum physics and ancestral Indigenous cosmogonies

    Tania Candiani, Quantum Prelude, 2022 (video still). Left image: A violoncellist plays at UNAM's Espacio Escultórico. Right side: an spiral 3D illustration revolves around UNAM's Espacio Escultórico
  • Podcast

    The Arts at CERN podcast series brings together artists and physicists to discuss some of the themes that inspire their scientific research and artistic practices.

    Arts at CERN Podcast Cover for the 10th anniversary
  • 10th anniversary

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of the first art residency organised by Arts at CERN and the beginning of the programme’s activities


    Artist Ruth Jarman from the artist duo Semiconductor with theoretical physicist John Ellis. Courtesy of Semiconductor
  • Julijonas Urbonas

    The Lithuanian artist presents When Accelerators Turn into Sweaters at the Triennale Milano, which arises out of his residency at CERN

    Julijonas Urbonas, When Accelerators Turn into Sweaters, 2016-ongoing. Installation view at the Triennale Milano (2022). Courtesy the artist.
  • Cécile B. Evans

    The American-Belgian artist visited the Laboratory as part of a research project around the production of reality

    Cécile B Evans
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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.