The Internet Saga presents Luca Pozzi’s Blazing Quasi-Stellar Object performance-lecture at Geneva’s CERN on March 29.
Curated by Francesco Urbano Ragazzi, the multimedia work will be structured as a “lecture-performance featuring visual animations” and is part of Fermi LAT (Large Area Telescope) 2017 Spring Meeting that runs from March 27 to 30.
The Fermi programme is an all-day event fostering cultural collaboration between the arts and sciences and is centred around LAT, one of the instruments used at the centre. During the day, scientists will present results from their research in “dark matter searches and the study of cosmic rays” and the evening will present Pozzi’s new work.
Blazing Quasi-Stellar Object will look at the renaissance painter Tiziano’s ‘Bacco e Arianna’ and will focus on “the complex stratifications connecting this painting to the frontiers of multimessenger astrophysics.”
See the FB event page for details.**
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