Pakui Hardware, LOST HERITAGE, 2015 (photographed on the DEAP 3600 detector) via

„DEEP SKIN, the deepest underground art exhibition in history, took place at the Sudbury Neutrino Observa- tory (SNOlab), a particle physics research laboratory situated 2100 meters underground in Northern Ontario, Canada. The lab’s extreme underground location in the Creighton Nickel Mine (the world’s second deepest mine outside of South Africa) is situated so as to shield sensitive experiments from cosmic rays and background radiation, essential for studying subatomic particles such as neutrinos. Overall, the facility has a muon fux of less than 0.27 μ/m² per day.“

Artists: Pakui Hardware, Dorota Gaweda + Egle Kulbokaite, Paul Barsch,  Blunt + Skensved, Agatha Valkyrie Ice (Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Dorota Gaweda + Eglė Kulbokaitė), Bitsy Knox + Christian Tonner, Martin Kohout, Visualize→Actualize,  Antoine Renard, and TROI OI (Nhu Duong + Sung Tieu)

Exhibition title: DEEP SKIN, Curated by: Grégoire Blunt and Emmy Skensved, Venue: Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNOlab), Sudbury, Canada,, Date: August 14, 2015 – August 14, 2016

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