Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram.
Measuring seven meters in diameter this amazing art installation brings together lunar imagery combined with surround sound created by award winning composer Dan Jones. Each venue brings this together with unique lunar inspired events around the installation.
The Museum of the Moon is being presented at both indoor and outdoor venues with the aim of altering the experience as it travels around, with each place presenting a different interpretation to the artwork.
UK based Jerram was inspired during his time living in Bristol, where he noticed the huge tidal variations of the River Avon. In the past he has created a number of extraordinary art projects around the globe. Find out more through his main website here.
The Museum of the Moon can be seen at The National History Museum from May 2019 through to January 2020.