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Yuki Shiraishi

“I imagine a great funnel with its arms spread wide open and reflecting all the elements of the Universe. It is an image of what it is to be human – human for me is a ‘place’ in which all …

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Lindsay Olson

Lindsay Olson is Fermi National Accelerator’s Artist in Residence and a teacher at Columbia College Chicago. She is known for her unusual subject matter including a stint as the Artist in Residence for her local police department. Her love of …

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Chris Henschke

Chris Henschke is a Melbourne-based artist who has been working with digital media since the late 20th century. His main areas of practice are in the experimental combining of sound and image, space and time, and art and science. He …

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Paco Falco

The study by Paco Falco immerses in the theme of Matter almost by chance, and deepens into it thanks to a friend, Pier Luigi Paolucci, researcher at CERN. Pier assists Paco in his orientation within the concepts of this theme, …

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Alison Gill

Alison Gill unites topology, the physical sciences, psychoanalysis and folklore in her sculptural installation To See a World for CMS at CERN, suggesting an affinity with Blake, who found ‘a world in a grain of sand’ at a time when poetry, …

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Michael Hoch

Michael Hoch was born in Vienna, Austria, where he studied Sports and Physics at the University of Technology and the University of Vienna. During his studies and work as trainer he was concentrating his photographic art work on human movements …

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Xavier Cortada

“The 4,000 people whose names we put on these banners have dedicated their entire life purpose to developing knowledge. Their whole lives are consumed with this passion; to learn, to grow, to teach…I wanted to create an art piece made with the science.  With the very words, the …

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