• Johanna Bruckner

    The Zurich-based artist speaks about her interest in the body-technology interface and her engagements with CERN's community

    Johanna Bruckner
  • Connect

    Robin Meier Wiratunga and Vimala Pons, the artists selected for the sixth edition of Connect, will complete a residency at CERN to develop their project Guided Meditations for the End of the Universe

    Robin Meier Wiratunga and Vimala Pons
  • Joan Heemskerk

    The winner of the first Collide Copenhagen award discusses her groundbreaking work in web-based art and her residency project

    Joan Heemskerk
  • 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.

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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