Black HolesPlay Trailer
Among the most mysterious and exotic objects in the Universe, Black Holes tantalize everyone that learns about them. An object that is both immensely massive and infinitely small is a seemingly floating contradiction in space. "Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity" explores the power and grace of these cosmic beasts. CU's own Dr. Andrew Hamilton was the science advisor for the program.
"Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity is for me the culmination of a dream many years in the making," said Hamilton. "The show marries science and art in a new way that compromises neither. In particular, the show breaks new ground in visualizing accurately what Einstein's equations predict about what really happens inside black holes. What actually happens looks nothing like, but is at least as fantastic as, any Hollywood rendering."
Note: Fiske shows consist of a combination of preprogrammed portions and a live performance. The duration of shows are about one hour.