On select Saturdays and Sundays, join us for short drop-in tours of Drift: Art and Dark Matter with UBC Department of Physics graduate student Rhea Gaur. While advance registration is not required, tours will be capped at 15 guests.
Saturday, 30 October 2021, 1-1:30 pm and 2-2:30 pm
Sunday, 14 November 2021, 1-1:30 pm and 2-2:30 pm
Saturday, 27 November 2021, 1-1:30 pm and 2-2:30 pm
Saturday, 4 December 2021, 1-1:30 pm and 2-2:30 pm
Tours and discussions of Drift can be arranged from Tuesday to Friday for groups and classes, lasting 50 minutes and longer. For more information, please contact Belkin Public Programs at email@example.com or (604) 822-5600.
You can watch a recording of the tour below:
Drift: Art and Dark Matter is a residency and exhibition project generated by Agnes Etherington Art Centre, the Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute and SNOLAB. Four artists of national and international stature were invited to make new work while engaging with physicists, chemists and engineers contributing to the search for dark matter at SNOLAB’s facility in Sudbury, two kilometres below the surface of the Earth.[more]
Please join us for the opening of Drift: Art and Dark Matter with a performance-conversation by artists Denise Ferreira da Silva and Jol Thoms. Ferreira da Silva and Thoms will touch on intersections between Soot Breath / Corpus Infinitum (2020) and n-Land (2021), both of which will play throughout the evening on the Belkin Screen.[more]
Resources related to the artists in Drift: Art and Dark Matter. This list is not exhaustive, but rather comprised of suggested readings compiled by researchers at the Belkin. These readings are intended to provide additional context for the exhibition and act as springboards for further research or questions stemming from the exhibition, artists and works involved.[more]