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Gilles Jobin Final residency lecture - Collision between dance and physics
(CERN), Gilles Jobin, Maria Dimou
(CERN), Michael Doser
Globe 1st Floor (CERN)
Globe 1st Floor
CERN, the Republic and Canton of Geneva, and the City of Geneva are delighted to invite you to the final public lecture about collisions between dance and physics by the first winner of Collide@CERN Geneva, the choreographer Gilles Jobin.
The event marks the end of his residency and will be held at the CERN Globe of Science and Innovation on 6th November at 1800.
Doors open at 17.30
18.00 - Opening address by Rolf-Dieter Heuer, CERN Director General, Ariane Koek, CERN Cultural Specialist, Sami Kanaan, Administrative Councilor in charge of the Department of Culture and Sport of the City of Geneva, and Charles Beer, Vice President of the State Council in charge of the Department of Education, Culture and Sport.
18.30 - Presentation by Gilles Jobin (Switzerland) of his residency experience at CERN with live demonstrations with his dancers
19.15 - Discussion on CERN as a Place of Collisions and Interventions between Dance and Physics with Gilles Jobin (Switzerland) and CERN scientists Maria Dimou (Greece) and Michael Doser (Austria)
Moderated by Ariane Koek, CERN cultural specialist
The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions
19.45 - Cocktail
Please note that the event will be mainly in English.
To make a reservation, please send an email to Collide@CERN Cordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org