The aluminum slabs comprising Superlayers are actual components of the CMS detector in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Produced in Turin by INFN, they were intended to record the collision of two particles accelerating towards one another in the collider. These components were given to Luca Pozzi as part of his cross-disciplinary engagement with the scientific institution.

Galerie Alexander Levy -Luca Pozzi

Super Layer CMS detector real component of CERN, stickers, animated multicolor strip Led, 126×101 cm.

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Super Layer CMS detector real component, original location, CERN.

Super Layer CMS detector real component, original location, CMS detector at CERN.

Super Layer CMS detector real component, original location, CMS detector at CERN.

Galerie Alexander Levy -Luca Pozzi

Super Layer, CMS detector real component of CERN, stickers, animated multicolor strip Led, 126x101x15 cm.

Galerie Alexander Levy -Luca Pozzi

Super Layer CMS detector real component of CERN, stickers, animated multicolor strip Led, 101×204,5×12 cm.

Galerie Alexander Levy -Luca Pozzi

Installation view, Discovery & Premonitions, Alexander Levy Gallery.

Galerie Alexander Levy -Luca Pozzi

Installation view, Discovery & Premonitions, Alexander Levy Gallery.