You are invited to Narvik's Complaint, an installation by Jeremy
Diggle, opening 5.30pm, Wednesday February 17 at the Film Archive
mediagallery in Wellington.
Narvik’s Complaint is a video and digital image installation inspired
by the CERN Large Hadron Collider and its search for the Higgs Boson,
sometimes known as the God Particle.
On Wednesday March 18 at 7pm we will also present Do Art and Science
tell the same story? - a conversation between Jeremy Diggle and
Philosopher Adrian Currie on the relationship between Art, Science and
the human drive for knowledge.
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