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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Digital artist wins first CERN, Ars Electronica joint-residency competition

Symmetry Breaking - CERN and international cyberarts organization Ars Electronica declared Julius von Bismarck the winner of their first digital arts joint-residency program today. The 28-year-old German artist will spend two months at CERN near Geneva, Switzerland, and a third month at Ars Electronica in Austria, collaborating with scientists and digital experts to create a physics-inspired artwork as part of the Collide@CERN program.  Read more.

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