We are thrilled to introduce you to another artistic collaboration in our Nanocosmic Investigations residency. This week’s artists are Dr. Jeannette Ginslov & Keith Lim.
Jeannette & Keith are collaborating with ESS neutron’s Emil Rofors, a recently graduated PhD who works with radiation detectors – the eyes that help us “see” the otherwise invisible neutrons. Take a sneak peak at this video called ‘Scatterdance’, created by Emil as a source of inspiration for the dynamic duo.
Emil is looking into promising materials that have the properties to convert neutrons into visible signals. Their collaboration, entitled, ‘Nanocosmic Aesthetics’, explores Small Angle Neutron Scattering, the embodiment of data and neutron imagery, and uses AR/VR technologies to create a new visual aesthetic.
You can find out more at Copenhagen Culture Night on 15 October, if you are able to attend.).
The residency is part of the collaborative project Wisdome Innovation, funded by the European Regional Development Fund among others.