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oltreMUSE, Trento, 8 November – June 2015

Promoted by MUSE and the National Institute for Nuclear Physics, with the participation of the Italian Space Agency and with the collaboration of the University of Trento and the Bruno Kessler Foundation. Under the High Patronage of the President of the Republic, the exhibition is also under the Auspices of the Autonomous Province of Trento, the Municipality of Trento and the Italian Space Agency.




The exhibition proposes a journey to the boundaries of knowledge to discover the limits faced by physics and astrophysics in an attempt to understand and describe the universe and its history. The itinerary is a total immersion, characterised by the presence of multimedia video installations, interactive exhibits and original components from experiments, models and videos. The exhibition is divided into four thematic areas, each representing a challenge for contemporary science: Space-time, Energy and matter, Visible and invisible, Origins. The exhibition, in which the contents are divided into various areas reflecting the multidisciplinary approach which characterises MUSE, is the fruit of the collaboration that INFN has pursued for many years with Italian video artists and creative programmers, such as camerAnebbia and Federica Grigoletto. The exhibition is accompanied by a programme of events revolving around the concept of limit and aims to involve scientists, musicians, journalists and sports personalities.




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