Museum of the Moon destined for city

Artist Luke Jerram with his installation, Museum of the Moon, in the University of Bristol Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, Bristol. Measuring seven metres in diameter, Luke’s Moon features detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. Each centimetre on his moon represents 5km on the surface of the Earth's largest natural satellite. The installation in the Great Hall is part of the Moon’s international tour in which it is presented in different ways, both indoors and outdoors, altering the experience of the artwork for different audiences worldwide. 19/03/2017 Photo by Simon Galloway Photo must carry Photographer byline; ©Simon Galloway 2016. All Rights Reserved. NO SYNDICATION/NO RESALE/NO PRINT SALES/NO WEB USE WITHOUT NEGOTIATION/NO ADVERTISING USE. Simon Galloway asserts his Moral Rights as the author of this work in accordance with the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988. Contact photographer: Simon Galloway 07810 638162 simongalloway@hotmail.com www.simongallowayphotography.co.uk

Derby Festé and Derby Cathedral have joined forces to bring a breathtaking attraction to the city.

Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram and will be installed in Derby Cathedral for visitors to enjoy in the run up to and throughout Derby Festé which will return to the city streets on September 27 and 28.

The installation is a fusion of lunar imagery, moonlight and surround sound composition created by award-winning composer Dan Jones. 

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