In December 2016, I travelled with Central Saint Martins London MA Art and Science students to CERN, the home of the Large Hadron Collider, near Geneva. Deeply curious about the workings of the largest science experiment in the world, we went behind the scenes on tours, taking in lectures and visiting labs. Hosted by Art @ CMS (the huge particle detector on the LHC), we met with scientists and staff, and developed an understanding of particle physics. Inspired by the trip, I proposed and organised a return trip in May 2017 and co-curated an exhibition titled CSM x CMS Entangled in London in June. Later we were asked to create a display window at Central Saint Martins in November 2017. Below is a visual record of our creative journey into the heart of particle physics.