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    art@CMS sciARTbooklet

    Click on thumbnail to see the sciART booklet produced in collaboration with art@CMS, CERN and ex Head Science teacher Hugh Jones for scientific advice. The booklet was launched at the ‘Ultimate Recipe for Cosmic Soup’ event in November at the Nehru Planetarium, Mumbai, India. 

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    art@CMS sciARTbooklet: web page : http://artcms.web.cern.ch/artcms/

    A tool to support students with their research on various scientific topics, encourage an understanding of the relevance of expression through the arts, a manual to recreate the artwork and enable students to define and develop their own artistic inquiry in the creation of new artworks.

     The art@CMS sciART booklet series directed by Dr. Michael Hoch, michael.hoch@cern.ch  scientist and artist at CERN



    CONTEXT Miami | November 29 – December 4, 2016

    One of the artworks showing at CONTEXT Miami with Cube Gallery, London.


    Nova – smoke and graphite on board, 80x80cm (90x90cm framed)


    CONTEXT, New York, 3rd-8th May 2016

    One of the works showing at CONTEXT New York with Cube Gallery, London.

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    Shifting Territories  

    Triangle Space, UAL Chelsea College of Arts 14-21st April 2016

    Follow this LINK for images, details and video of the installation.

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    Chelsea College of Arts is pleased to present Shifting Territories, an exhibition which aims to blur the boundaries between art and science and respond to the topic of forced displacement of people caused by climate change.

    Shifting Territories will run from Thursday 14th April to 21st April in The Triangle Space at Chelsea College of Arts.


    Chris Wainwright, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Art
    David Webster, Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching at Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges of Art
    Faron Ray, Graduate of BA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts
    Gorm Ashurst, Art Director and Graphic Designer
    Lucy Orta, Chair of Art in the Environment, University of the Arts London
    Maggie Halsackda, Graduate of BA Interior and Spatial Design, Chelsea College of Arts
    Michael Hoch, Physicist, Artist and founder of Art@CMS, CERN
    Ouyang Yangyi, Graduate of BA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts
    Rachael Nee, Graduate of MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts

    Maxilla Studio exhibition 18th-20th March 2016 

    Nanoplex cinema installation – Showing ‘Earwormhole’

    Video ‘Earwormhole’ –  duration 3.3omin

    ‘Earwormhole  shown in a ‘NanoPlex’ installation under the stairs at Maxilla Studios a former Nursery School, London, March 2016.

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    I was selected for the UAL Research Trip Award to CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. October 2015






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