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The data out of millions of collision events per second is filtered through two major trigger systems to store only 100s of events for further analysis. Consequently the results of CERN’s experiments depend on computerized algorithms, which value the relevance of the collision events and automatically lead into an isolation from maybe important information. Who knows about the significance of events, which were not in the self-created focus of analytic interest? How do filters affect our perception in general? How do you perceive your illusive reality bubble?
I warmly invite you to visit my installation ‚reality’ at the exhibition circuit training - a forey into the world of the large hadron collider of my art&science masterclass and the class of site-specific art in cooperation with CERN.
Opening: 6th June 2017, 19:00
Exhibition: 7th–17th June 2017, Tue–Fri 13:00–19:00, Sat 12:00–17:00, and by appointment
Accompanying programme: 9th June 2017 (more infomation to come)
das weisse haus (Hegelgasse 14, 1010 Vienna, Austria, www.dasweissehaus.at)
Performance, Installation, Ausstellung
Freitag, 02.Juni 2017, 19.00
Alexander Kasses, Gasper Kunsic, Vanessa Mazanik, Lala Nomada, Julia Saalfeld, Denise Schellmann, Damon Taleghani, Anna Zilahi
Künstlerische Leitung: Peter Kozek
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien,
Transmediale Kunst_Brigitte Kowanz
Hintergrundbild: Denise Schellmann, untitled XXXIII, June 2016, graphite and colorcrayons on paper, 29,7 x 42 (invertiert, Bearbeitung: Gasper Kunsic)