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DARK MATTER, STRING THEORY and JAZZ: CMS Physicists in Miami
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DARK MATTER, STRING THEORY and JAZZ: CMS Physicists in Miami

DARK MATTER, STRING THEORY and JAZZ: Xavier Cortada's "In Search of the Higgs Boson" digital tapestries to be exhibited at gallery during CMS Physicists Meeting. Featuring Latin Jazz Legend Federico Britos, winner of multiple Grammy Awards.

12/15/2014 to 12/19/2014
When: Opening Reception: Monday December 15th
From 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM
Where: Downtown Arts + Science Salon (DASS)
133 N 1st Avenue
CU-1 Gallery
Miami, Florida  33132
United States
Presenter: Art@CMS
Contact: Dr. Pete E.C. Markowitz
(305) 348-1710

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Xavier Cortada (with the participation of physicist Pete Markowitz), "In search of the Higgs boson,” digital art, 2013

 


DARK MATTER, STRING THEORY and JAZZ.  



Cortada's "In Search of the Higgs Boson" digital tapestries to be exhibited at gallery during CMS Physicists Meeting. 
Featuring Latin Jazz Legend Federico Britos, winner of multiple Grammy Awards.


December 15. 7:00 - 10:00 pm.


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Downtown Arts + Science Salon (DASS) ​ Modeled after The New York Public Library Conversation Series and TED Talks, the idea is to engage local and internationally renowned scientists and artists, surrounded by great art.


CMS is one experiment at the CERN particle physics laboratory in Geneva that recently discovered the long sought-after Higgs boson for which last year’s Nobel prize was awarded to Francois Englert and Peter Higgs. Three hundred CMS scientists will spend the week planning for the Large Hadron Collider energy-doubling upgrade and reviewing results related to dark matter, string theory, and other theoretical predictions. The CMS Conversation and Reception Event will allow the public to meet and interact with the scientists. The recpetion feature the legendary Latin Jazz legend Federico Britos, winner of multiple Grammy awards. 

 

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Xavier Cortada
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Florida International University
College of Architecture + The Arts
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 430
Miami Beach, FL 33139

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