Black Quantum Futurism Wins Arts at CERN Residency

Arts at CERN announces Philadelphia-based artist duo Camae Ayewa and Rasheedah Phillips known as Black Quantum Futurism are winners of the 9th Collide Residency award. Explorers of intersectional futurism and alternative temporal lenses, Ayewa and Phillips will be embedded at CERN this summer to extend their research and produce a new artwork based on their “CPT Symmetry and Violations” proposal. “The project seeks to understand the possibilities that quantum physics offers beyond the limitations of traditional, linear notions of time,” explain the artists.

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