Museum of the Moon by Luke Jerram
Explore the mysteries of our moon in this stunning installation suspended in the Well of Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.
Artist Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon fuses lunar imagery, moonlight, and a surround-soundscape by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award-winning composer Dan Jones.
Take a closer look at the moon’s surface, created from detailed NASA imagery and reproduced on a 1:500,000 scale, which is lit up from within.
And enjoy a specially-curated programme of lunar-inspired events as the 23ft sphere casts a mesmeric glow over its spectacular surroundings and draws in the Tall Ships on the ever-changing tides.
Our moon has inspired generations of writers, poets, musicians and artists.
And imagination is the only limit for Luke Jerram, who creates exciting and inspiring large-scale sculptures, installations and live art projects.
His work includes Play Me I’m Yours, a street piano installation seen in more than 55 cities worldwide; Park and Slide, a 300ft street water slide, and the evocative Sky Orchestra – featuring seven balloons playing music over a city at dawn.
Jerram previously worked in Liverpool in Capital of Culture year when he created a giant hot air balloon at FACT. He has also designed an artwork, Tribute, for the city’s new Royal Liverpool Hospital.
For more information on events Under the Moon and public viewing times please click here.
When: Thursday 24 May – Thursday 31 May
Where: Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
Event Date: Thursday 24th May – Thursday 31st May 2018
Location: Liverpool Anglican Cathedral