by the AMVA4NewPhysics press office

Antonio Perri, Isabella Furlan, and Elisa di Paola, from Liceo “Marco Foscarini” in Venice are the authors of the artwork presented here, which along with the previous ones shown in this blog have been produced for the “Art & Science” initiative previously described. The title offered above is only a name tag, as the artists did not provide one for their work.

The object is a wooden surface with a representation of the LHC accelerator and one detector schematic, with CERN’s logo and a zoom-in in the complex topology of a particle collision, represented with an entangled copper wire. A blue led light within the copper mesh gives a touch of colour to the composition.