Exhibition showcasing the last three years of Collide International
Geneva, 16 October 2018.
Geneva, 6 April 2017. Arts at CERN is delighted to announce the winners of the four artist residency awards for 2017: the studio hrm199 led by artist Haroon Mirza, Laura Couto Rosado, Cheolwon Chang and Tomo Savić-Gecan.
Arts at CERN is CERN’s arts and science programme, fostering dialogue between prominent scientists and visionary artists at the world’s leading centre for particle physics.
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Co-curated by Arts at CERN, the Inter-World-View Series 2020 presents a series of cross-disciplinary debates on universal questions - an approach both artistic and scientific, with international speakers from a wide range of disciplines. Co-organized by the China Academy of Art and the Zheijang Association for Science and Technology, the event takes place from 15-21 October in Hangzhou and Wenzhou (China).
Co-produced by Arts at CERN, Mika Rottenberg combines in Spaghetti Blockchain seemingly incompatible worlds: insights of CERN experiments, female Tuvan throat singers, and a potato farm in Main. This work is informed by Rottenberg’s interest in new materialisms, an interdisciplinary field of inquiry characterized by a turn away from the dualisms persistent in cultural theory and a reconsideration of the material relationships between human and nonhuman entities.
Collide invites entries from artists of any nationality interested in interacting with fundamental research and the extraordinary CERN community. The programme is targeted at artists with a distinct interest in a transdisciplinary approach, a strong motivation for scientific thinking and advance research.
Collide no longer accepts applications. The results will be announced by the end of January 2021.
Yann Marussich (1966) is a unique character in the field of performance and contemporary dance as he delivers performances that have a disturbing, provocative, and authentic impact on the audience.
Erich Berger is an artist, curator and cultural worker based in Helsinki Finland. His focus is on the intersection of art, science and technology with a critical take on how they transform society and the world at large. Throughout his practice, he has explored the materiality of information, and information and technology as artistic material.