The Swiss artist selected for the Connect residency will extend her artistic research into the interactions between human and non-human entities in a techno-scientific world in dialogue with CERN scientists
Swiss artist Elisa Storelli and Indian artist Rohini Devasher have started their residency at the International Centre for Theoretical Studies
Yet, it moves!
Arts at CERN collaborates with Copenhagen Contemporary’s Yet, it moves!, which features work by artists in residence
Their solo exhibition Spectral Constellations features three works from their residency at CERN
Event Horizon is the result of Kamil's residency at CERN, SAAO Astronomy, and SARAO and his artistic research into fundamental physics, modern African astronomy, and ancient indigenous cosmologies
Hear the conversations to find out more about how art and physics collide at the home of the Large Hadron Collider.
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.
Throughout the year, several open calls are announced as part of the art residency programmes. If you would like to develop your artistic practise by delving into physics and fundamental research, keep an eye on our call for entries.