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Swiss dancer and performer Yann Marussich, winner of Collide Geneva Dance 2019, presents L’épouvan
Presented by the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, the
Aiming at showing the current production of Chilean artists and researchers engaging with scien
Creative Forum Ljubljana is a platform for a lively and cross-sectoral exchange between creatives, entrepreneurs and pol
Organized jointly by HEAD Spaces and Communication, Arts at CERN, and Metahaven, the s
We=Link: Sideways is an online exhibition by Chronus Art Center, (CAC), that is co-presented with Arts at CERN
The international touring exhibition Quantum/Broken Symmetries began at Collide International, the programme of Arts at CERN in collabora
Collide invites entries from artists of any nationality interested in interacting with fundamental research and the extraordinary CERN co
Co-produced by Arts at CERN, Mika Rottenberg combines in Spaghetti Blockchain seemingly incompatible worlds: insights of CERN experiment
Co-curated by Arts at CERN, the Inter-World-View Series 2020, a special event of the World Young Scientist Summit (WYSS), presents a seri
Arts at CERN continues its work while operating remotely due to COVID-19.
In her film “Ground” (2020), Thornton outlines the coming into form of a reality in which the ground or base—like the ground of a paintin
Arts at CERN is supporting the online exhibition "We=Link: Ten Easy Pieces, Et cetera"
The recipients of the Arts at CERN artistic residency awards, Collide Geneva and Accelerate Finland, are Yann Marussich and Erich Berger,
Accelerate Finland and Collide Geneva announced
Calls are currently closed and will be announced again in 2020!!!
Quàntica features ten artworks resulting from the Collide International residency awards.
Collide International was created to foster creative collisions between art and physics, and to encourage advance knowledge in the arts.
Simetría, a new ambitious residential exchange programme, allows artists to carry out their artistic enquiry in relation to astr
The first of a new series of art commissions in collaboration with international cultural institutions, The View from Nowhere presents in