Art meets science in the work of Alberto di Fabio

2 Apr 2014 | Update - For CERN people | Arts@CERN is delighted to invite you to the Council Chamber at 1pm and meet visual artist Alberto Di Fabio

Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda wins residency at CERN

14 Jan 2014 | Update - For the public | The third Prix Ars Electronica Collide @ CERN was today awarded to the Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda

Inside CERN: Our lab, through a lens

27 Nov 2013 | Update - For CERN people | Cian O'Luanaigh | In a photo essay shot at CERN, photographer Andri Pol beautifully captures scenes from our community – from the high-tech to the mundane

CERN announces Accelerate@CERN programme for artists

22 Oct 2013 | Update - For the public | CERN is launching Accelerate@CERN, its new country specific one month research award for artists

CERN welcomes its first filmmaker in residence

4 Oct 2013 | Update - For CERN people | Ariane Koek | Filmmaker Jan Peters will present his work on 16 October in the Globe of Science and Innovation

QUANTUM leaps: CERN artists team up for performance at CMS

18 Sep 2013 | Update - For CERN people | Ariane Koek | Two former CERN artists in residence are teaming up with CMS for the world première of the contemporary dance piece QUANTUM this month

LHC data triggers operatic visuals in Berlin

22 Aug 2013 | Update - For the public | Cian O'Luanaigh | Data from LHC experiments will trigger visual effects in a new performance at the national opera house in Germany

Particle physics at the Montreux Jazz Festival

16 Jul 2013 | Update - For CERN people | Stephanie Hills | This week, CERN will be hosting a seminar entitled The music of physics and the physics of music at the Montreux Jazz Festival

An accelerometer for the accelerator

15 Jul 2013 | Image | Collide@CERN artist in residence, sound sculptor Bill Fontana, uses an accelerometer to reveal and record the hidden sounds of the LHC

To learn science, add art with Science&Art@School

3 Jul 2013 | Update - For students & educators | Angelos Alexopoulos | A new education project from the CMS collaboration combines science and the arts to inspire students about particle physics


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