Arts at CERN has welcomed the two Spanish artists Antoni Muntadas and Alfonso Borragán , on 27-29 June 2016.
Alfonso Borragán is a multidisciplinary artist holding a BA from Barcelona University and an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Arts, London, where he is based. His work can be interpreted as the development and tracking of an irreproducible experience. He claims images that don’t exist, latent graphias that are instants of an experience that cannot be completely revealed. His last projects have been exhibit at MUSAC, León (No man’s Land: Mneme); La casa encendida, Madrid (Sidelito); the old Born Market, Barcelona (litofagos: ærolito) at Gilverto Alzate Foundation, Bogotá (Fosfofagia 04); Cervantes Institute, New York (Documentation of 19 days living in a cave); or Khoj, India (Fosfofagia 03).
The two Spanish artists came together and met with scientist such as senior physicist and expert in antimatter Michael Dosser, theoretical physicist Luis Alvarez-Gaumé, as well as visiting experiments like the LHCb and AMS-02. At the end of the visit Antoni Muntadas Gave a presentation about his work, for the CERN community.