[image] Photograph: Jana Chiellino, Guardian, 2015 In his review of Ryoji Ikeda’s new installation titled Supersymmetry at Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media which was produced as a result of a residency at Cern in Geneva, Jonathan Jones, the art critic of the Guardian argues against the ability of art to properly deal with science or play a generative role in establishing a connection between these two worlds: Ikeda’s installation Supersymmetry, staged in the darkened uppermost level of a
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