G24|0vßß

Thomson, J. G24|0vßß. Galeria Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (GAMeC), Bergamo

CreatorsThomson, J.
Description

G24|0vßß is an HD audio-visual composition shot with the coldest piece of matter in the observable universe — The Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events
(CUORE) experiment at the National Laboratory of Gran Sasso (LNGS), of the National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN), Italy. The artist has allowed himself to dream with and into the coldest space in the observable universe, resulting in an original musical composition and the film G24|0vßß.

G24|0vßß is part of a series of fieldworks investigating new planetary scale sensing apparatus’ and architectures of the imperceptible; new materialist and speculative
philosophies; the entangled, expanded and transductive narratives of landscape, technology, and knowledge. Shot in the Abruzzo region, the video diffracts some of the embedded characters of the mountain, which itself has become an essential collaborator with the neutrino and dark matter experiments at the LNGS. Quotes from Stanislaw Lem’s 1968 ‘His Master’s Voice’ punctuate this composition and help question the norm of human exceptionalism in the age of the Anthropocene.

Media typeVideo
KeywordsArt and Science, Physics and Art, Artistic research
Web address (URL)https://vimeo.com/311479562

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