(c) Photo: Denise Schellmann

Representing the Invisible – Translating Dark Matter

In particle physics as well as in the social science, the observer is a dialectic entity, it enables the disclosure of a phenomenon as well as it influences and distorts the context in which the observation takes place. Within its core, the project: “Representing the Invisible: Translating Dark Matter” by Hans Frauenschuh and Maximilian Gallo shows the approaches of seven scientists from the Institute for High Energy Physics on Dark Matter while at the same time willingly obscuring the approach of the two interviewers. These approaches and perspectives are presented in an installation that itself creates its own secluded space. 

In collaboration with art@CMS of CERN http://artcms.web.cern.ch/artcms/
Exhibited at:
ORIGIN Poetics 2019 by art@CMS, 24–26th June 2019, CERN main building, Esplanade des Particules 1, 1217 Meyrin, Switzerland
ORIGIN Poetics 2019 at the European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP), 11–17th July 2019, KASK Campus Bijloke - Zwarte Zaal, Jozef Kluyskensstraat 2, 9000 Ghent, Belgium

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Representing the Invisible – Translating Dark Matter
June 24, 2019