You’re invited to the opening exhibit of Fermilab’s second artist-in-residence

Binary Bypass: Neutrinos for Data Communication, 2016 Ellen Sandor and (art)n, Chris Kemp, Diana Torres, and Janine Fron

Binary Bypass: Neutrinos for Data Communication, 2016
Ellen Sandor and (art)n, Chris Kemp, Diana Torres, and Janine Fron

A year ago, Chicago artist Ellen Sandor, founder of the (art)n collaborative artists group, was announced as Fermilab’s 2016 artist-in-residence.

On Friday, Dec. 2, see what she and her (art)n team have been working on, as her exhibit “Neutrinos in a New Light” opens at the Fermilab Art Gallery with a reception from 5-8 p.m.

Sandor will present a talk about her work on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 4 p.m in Fermilab’s Wilson Hall.

Guided tours of the “Neutrinos in a New Light” exhibit will take place on select Saturdays – Dec. 10, Jan. 14, Feb. 18 and March 11 – at 10 a.m. Registration is available online.

Sandor and (art)n spent months talking with Fermilab scientists and learning about the ways they study subatomic particles called neutrinos. Inspired by the things she saw and heard, she created a series of new works in several different media, works that visualize the invisible science of particle physics. The pieces will be on display at the Fermilab Art Gallery from Dec. 2 through March 17