ACCELERATOR is a visual exploration into the explosive search for invisible dark matter – elusive ghosts of the genesis of our universe.

This is a final farewell to the Yale’s own particle accelerator at Wright Laboratory, once tucked into Science Hill. Although it is now in the final stages of deconstruction (at the time of the project, now complete), its historic significance in advancing physics research continues as Yale researchers and their studies spreads worldwide.


LUX: Ideas Through Light projection art exhibition at Yale's Beinecke Library.

  • Client

    LUX: Ideas Through Light

  • Researcher

    Karsten Heeger

  • Sound Artist

    Gideon Broshy

  • Location

    Beinecke Library, New Haven, CT

Projection Stills.

A part of the Lux: Ideas Through Light 2015 projection art show, presented April 10-12, 2015 at Yale’s Beinecke Library; an interdisciplinary showcase between Yale’s artistic designers and the striking research that has captured the fascination of these artists.


Inside the Wright Laboratory accelerator – in its mid stage of decommission and deconstruction. Visiting the labs provided an exciting inside look at the goings on with physicists searching for elusive dark matter.