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The Sanford Underground Research Facility (Sanford Lab) mounted a two-part art show that debuted at the facility's 2013 Neutrino Day science festival.

"Into the Dark: Artists Exploring Dark Matter" features work by 22 prominent South Dakota artists, who were asked to imagine one of nature's most profound mysteries.

"Deep Photography" features 25 images made by Black Hills State University Photography Professor Steve Babbitt and Sanford Lab Multimedia Specialist Matt Kapust. Their work captures the conversion of the former Homestake gold mine into a world leading underground research facility.

The two shows are on display at the Lead Deadwood Art Center on Main Street in Lead, S.D., through August. The two shows will travel throughout South Dakota in the coming year. Check www.sanfordlab.org for details.

Deep Photography pieces by Matt Kapust

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Deep Photography pieces by Matt Kapust

Deep Photography pieces by Steve Babbitt

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Deep Photography pieces by Steve Babbitt

Artists visit the 4850 Level

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Artists visit the 4850 Level

Into the Dark art pieces

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Into the Dark art pieces

Into the Dark and Deep Photography art show

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Into the Dark and Deep Photography art show

Guestbook for Into the Dark: Artists Exploring Dark Matter and Deep Photography
3.denverjames(non-registered)
The deep photography album is what I like most in your albums. The photos are really amazing and I loved the contrast and the light shade given in each photograph. It was a spectacular experience throughout your albums.
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2.Shari Kosel(non-registered)
Do you have a list of all 22 artists?
1.Chris Francis(non-registered)
Thanks to the Lead Deadwood Arts Council, the Sanford Underground Research Facility, and the participating artists for their continued support of this project. It's quite impressive how so many partners, artists, and supporters came together to make this project a reality and a success. Here's to moving forward!
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