The Invisible Photograph: Part V (Subatomic), 2015

The Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art presents its inaugural year of programming as an “incubator for innovative thinking on the photographic image.”

Part 5 of The Invisible Photograph, investigates how photographic technologies are being used to visualize the subatomic world at CERN, the largest particle physics laboratory in the world—where photography and the world’s most physics research collide.

Watch other parts of The Invisible Photograph series.
Part 1 (Underground): click here.
Part 2 (Trapped): click here.
Part 3 (Extraterrestrial): click here.
Part 4 (Discarded): click here.