The COMPASS Experiment at CERN↗
The Standard Model of fundamental Particles↗
How a Detector Works↗
The Particle Zoo↗
Event 4: DA TA Rush. Transpositon not Exhibition. A research event by Gerhard Eckel, Michael Schwab, David Pirrò and Artemi-Maria Gioti. Angewandte Innovation Laboratory, Vienna/Austria, May 13-17 2016.
Event 5: Transpositions Lab. Exploring DA TA rush with interventions by Paulo de Assis and Lucia D'Errico. Angewandte Innovation Laboratory, Vienna/Austria, May 14-16 2016.
Event 6: Symposium. Is a meaningful dialogue possible between research practices in the arts and in science and technology?↗ A one day symposium organised by philosopher Cecile Malaspina. Angewandte Innovation Laboratory, Vienna/Austria, May 17 2016.
Event 7: Seminar. Transpositions Artistic Data Exploration at the COMPASS↗ Analysis Meeting at CERN, October 13 2016.
Event 8: Exhibition. DA TA rush Graz. In the context of TRANS - Denken in Klängen↗ at Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten. Graz/Austria, November 12–25 2016.
Event 9: Lecture. Transpositions [TP] Artistic Data Exploration↗ a talk by David Pirrò in the frame of the conference "A Cosmos of Data", at the Arts Santa Mònica Centre↗ in Barcelona, November 17 2016.
Event 10: Imperfect Reconstruction↗ is an Exhibition and an Audio Visual Installation at the ESC medien kust labor, in Graz. November 25 2016–January 17 2017.
Event 11: Interpolations↗ is a workshop and a micro-symposium that aims at bringing together researchers and artists in order to identify their different approaches to and perspectives on the algorithmic. The workshop took place on the December 2 2016 in the context of the Exhibition "Imperfect Reconstruction" in the ESC medien kust labor in Graz, Austria.
Event 12: Michael Schwab (Ed.), Transpositions. Aesthetico-Epistemic Operators in Artistic Research 1, Orpheus Institute/Leuven University Press, in preparation.
Event 13: DA TA. Art catalogue.
Event 14: Transpositions: From Science to Art (and back). Final research event. Stockholm, October 4–8 2017.