|This art work has been produced through a Year of the Artist Residency within Cambridge University physics department and funded by East England Arts.|
|Perceiving the Invisible|
|Thursday 5 - Saturday 7 April|
|The West Gallery, adjacent to Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens' College|
Perceiving the Invisible is an exploration of the nature of innovative scientific research and how, through technological developments, elements of the universe that were previously invisible to the human eye, are revealed.
It consists of a series of tactile interactive installations - the results of a six-month residency in the physics department of the University of Cambridge. The work was developed through collaboration with researchers in fields including astronomy, electron microscopy and high-speed photography.
The Cavendish Laboratory has been host to cutting-edge discoveries in physics since 1874, including the discovery of the electron, neutron, and the structure of the double helix.