Dutch artist Rosa Menkman has been selected as the winner of the first Collide International award in Barcelona alongside four Honorary Mentions
After their three-month residency at CERN in the framework of the Arts at CERN programme, Anne Sylvie Henchoz and Julie Lang have produced an artwork that explores the relationship between humanity, art and science
Alan Bogana and Nicole L’Huillier, two artists-in-residence at CERN and in the astronomical observatories of Chile, present their exploratory work
Arts at CERN announces two key ventures: ‘Quàntica’, an exhibition project at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona and a partnership that begins this year with the city of Barcelona as co-host for the Collide International residency award.
CERN and the Royal College of Art address global issues with a cross-disciplinary approach
A collaboration with INFN will see CERN technology optimised for use in cultural-heritage projects
Arts at CERN announces two residencies for Swiss artists: Collide Pro Helvetia and Simetría
What happens when scientists and artists collide? Artworks resulting from three years of collaboration between physicists and Collide International artists-in-residence at CERN, will be exhibited at Broken Symmetries in FACT Liverpool.
HALO, an artwork conceived during the artists’ residency at CERN and inspired by ATLAS data will be exhibited from 13 to 17 June at Art Basel.
VolMeur Collection: when inappropriate storage conditions of LEP photo slides generate art
Artists from all over the world are invited to spend time at CERN and work alongside particle physicists and engineers
CERN and INFN develop a transportable accelerator to help preserve cultural heritage