Creative collisions continue this May at CERN, the particle physics laboratory outside Geneva, with CERN’s first choreographer in residence, the internationally renowned Gilles Jobin.

Discover the possible creative collisions between body and mind, dance and particle physics at to the opening public lecture of Gilles Jobin’s residency on May 23 at the Globe. Doors open at 1830 and the event begins at 1900, opened by CERN’s Director General, Rolf Dieter-Heuer.

Gilles is the first Collide@CERN Geneva Artist in Residence – a special award for Genevan artists funded and by the City and Canton of Geneva and the second strand of the Collide@CERN artists residency programme. Gilles will be working alongside the laboratory’s engineers and scientists for the next three months, together with his CERN inspiration partner, Joao Pequenao, who studied physics at the University of Lisbon and is a multimedia producer at CERN’s new Media Lab. We look forward to welcoming you there!