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Dancing in the Cern library – lets get physical

“In the hushed library of Cerns headquarters on the Swiss-French border, a dancer, moving slowly and nimbly, climbs up to the top of a bookshelf and then hangs off it. Elsewhere another dancer, also dressed in everyday clothes, soundlessly crawls under the chair of an unsuspecting physicist who is having a quiet read, while a third lies stretched across a table, idly examining books on quantum theory.This is Strangels, a work by Geneva-based choreographer Gilles Jobin, who has just begun a three-month arts residency at Cern, home to the Large Hadron Collider; earlier this month, its scientists shook the world with their discovery of the Higgs Boson particle.”

via The Guardian

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