Artist: Denise Shellmann, Photography: Peter Kainz (c).


The data recorded from millions of collision events per second is filtered through two major trigger systems to store only hundreds of events for further analysis. Consequently, the results of CERN’s experiments depend on computerised algorithms, which value the relevance of the collision events and automatically isolate this data away from becoming potentially important information. Who is aware of the significance of these events, events excluded during the selfcreated focus of analytic interest? How do filters affect our perception in general? How do you perceive your illusive reality bubble?

Opening: 6th June 2017, 19:00
Exhibition: 7th – 17th June 2017, Tuesday to Friday, 13:00–19:00, Saturday 12:00–17:00,
and by appointment
Accompanying program: 9th June 2017
das weisse haus
Hegelgasse 14
1010 Vienna, Austria

An exhibition of the University of Applied Arts Vienna (Art & Science and Site-Specific Art) in cooperation with CERN (art@CMS and HEPHY – Institute of High Energy Physics).

Fact Box

June 06, 2017