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30 Mar 2020
Cern

'We=Link: Ten Easy Pieces, Et cetera'

Arts at CERN is supporting the online exhibition "We=Link: Ten Easy Pieces, Et cetera" initiated by The Chronus Art Center in Shanghai  together with 10 international institutions to address the current corona crisis and its effects in culture and the arts.

 

30 Mar 2020
Guest Artists

Ground, a new artwork by Leslie Thornton

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 painting or the physical ground that human existence has always been pulled toward by gravity—becomes undefined.

17 Dec 2019
Accelerate
Cern
Collide Geneva
Guest Artists

Winners of Collide and Accelerate awards and Guest Artists

The recipients of the Arts at CERN artistic residency awards, Collide Geneva and Accelerate Finland, are Yann Marussich and Erich Berger, respectively.

18 Jul 2019
Collide International

Announcement of Collide International Awardees 2019

Collide International was created to foster creative collisions between art and physics, and to encourage advance knowledge in the arts. Collide International is Arts at CERN’s flagship programme and residency award, organised every three years in partnership with a city and a cultural organisation.

18 Jul 2019
Cern
Guest Artists

Simetría

Simetría, a new ambitious residential exchange programme, allows artists to carry out their artistic enquiry in relation to astronomy and particle physics at some of the world’s most important scientific research centres.

18 Jul 2019
Cern
Collide International

Quàntica

Quàntica features ten artworks resulting from the Collide International residency awards. The exhibition is open at CCCB Barcelona from 10 April - 24 September 2019

27 Jun 2019
Cern
Collide Geneva

Anne Sylvie Henchoz & Julie Lang's residency

27 Apr 2018
Collide International

The View from Nowhere by Semiconductor

The first of a new series of art commissions in collaboration with international cultural institutions, The View from Nowhere presents in a single video channel installation a reflection about the role of science as an objective analysis of the natural world.

30 Sep 2019
Accelerate
Collide Geneva

New Open Calls

Arts at CERN announces two open calls for art residencies – Collide Geneva/Dance and Accelerate Finland. The art residency programmes are based on the particle physics laboratory’s cultural strategy, which aims to foster networks between local and international organisations through platforms that engage arts and science.