“It was a bit non-sensical at first to me that some of the greatest minds of their time could also be superstitious, mystical or religious. So I started using the Pauli Effect as a playful metaphor, a scientific ghost story, to explore the ideas of creativity, chaos, belief, cause & effect, in science and beyond.
I used the CERN archive, as a database of accidents and weird events, but also as the source material for digital manipulations. I wanted to create a series where the spectator would be an active participant in deciding what is true and what is false. What is science-fact and what is science-fiction.”