• Connect India

    Artists from Switzerland and India are invited to submit a project proposal to undertake a dual residency at CERN in Geneva and ICTS in Bengaluru

    Connect India: branding gradient
  • Dorota Gaweda & Egle Kulbokaite

    The 2021 Collide-winning artists reflect on their residency at Hangar and their encounters with Barcelona’s scientific communities

    Dorota Gaweda and Egle Kulbokaite during the celebratory event in Barcelona
  • Dunne & Raby

    Designers Dunne & Raby explore at CERN how can quantum concepts and processes affect our ways of making sense of the world

    Anthony Dunne & Fiona Raby at CERN
  • 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
  • 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
Open call: Connect India

Connect India invites one artist from Switzerland and one artist from India to participate in a dual residency together at CERN in Geneva and ICTS in Bengaluru in 2023. Deadline: 12 December

Listen to the Arts at CERN Podcast

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.