Last Supper at CERN
2009, raw canvas, wood table, turntables, vintage gospel records, acrylic paint
38 x 300 x 36 inches
Last Supper at CERN is an irreverent spaghetti dinner set on records and turntables. The work remixes Leonardo's masterpiece as a cacophonous deejay battle between science and religion, whereby pasta and tomato sauce, made from acrylic paint, are served on classic gospel records. The “thought bubbles” depict scientists (instead of apostles) emoting their elation and excitement upon the discovery of the Higgs boson "god particle."