Performance: Dark Stars
Friday 2 June at 1pm - Free admission with reservation.
Friday 2 June at 1pm - Free admission with reservation. Scène de recherche ENS-PARIS-SACLAY firstname.lastname@example.org Europe/Paris public
Models & Prototypes
Friday 2 June at 1pm
Duration: 1 hour
Free entrance on reservatio
Dark Stars is named after a natural nuclear explosion first observed on photographic plates in 1937 by Marietta Blau, a forgotten Austrian Nobel Prize-winning physicist. It connects the history of the discovery of radioactivity with the exploration of cosmic radiation from stars using new spectrographic visualisation tools.
A multi-scale project conceived as an atlas of forms, created around light and variations in the light spectrum. It explores the question of animation, cinema and photography. More broadly, he uses visualisation tools through the interaction of "time, light and matter" on fossil and astrophysical objects. He approaches the notions of long time and memory with the idea of bringing together scientific and artistic questions inspired by a new attention to the living.
- Distribution: Mathilde Lavenne
- Conception: Mathilde Lavenne, Societies, La Diagonale–Paris-Saclay, laboratoires CEA, INRIA, IPANEMA Synchrotron, IDEEV
- Staging: Mathilde Lavenne
Co-produced by: Societies, La Diagonale–Paris-Saclay, laboratoires CEA, INRIA, IPANEMA Synchrotron, IDEEV, la Scène de recherche de l’ENS Paris-Saclay.