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thoughtful and eclectic selection. Shane Enright is a freelance writer on crafts and contemporary culture Wonders of the invisible and the hidden Right: Large HIV Below right: SARS Corona. Both by Luke Jerram, both 23 cm diam. Luke Jerram: Revealing the Invisible The National Centre for Craft & Design, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7TW 2 February – 14 April 2013 Reviewed by Katy Dunn Luke Jerram, a
Jerram’s germs Microbiology, engineering and glass combine at Sleaford’s National Centre for Craft & Design. Revealing the Invisible, from 2 February – 14 April, presents the work of glass artist Luke Jerram, and will include a variety of his work, with his Radiometer Chandeliers bound to make compelling centrepieces. Constructed from hundreds of glass vessels containing solar radiometers, the
MONTH FEBRUARY 2018 EDITED BY JAMES LLOYD 01 MUSEUM OF THE MOON W5, BELFAST 10 FEBRUARY – 4 MARCH 2018. MARVEL AT THE MOON It’s not quite the Moon on a stick, but this beautiful artwork from Luke Jerram is an uncannily realistic representation of our cosmic companion. Measuring seven metres in diameter, the inflatable moon-balloon uses high-res NASA imagery of the lunar surface and internal
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A giant model of the surface of the moon has gone on display at Liverpool Cathedral as part of the Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta 2018. The 23-foot sphere was created by artist Luke Jerram and uses detailed imagery from NASA to accurately recreate the moon’s surface. The heavens and the earth A practically Perfect plaque English Heritage has awarded 50 Smith Street, Chelsea, a blue
Akker will solve it 28 OPINION Jessica Hemmings explains why craft deserves good writing 38 TALENT SPOT: SLATE AND THE CITY Thomas Appleton talks to Grant Gibson 61 REVIEWS China’s White Gold; Luke Jerram; Cut & Shut: The History of Creative Salvage; Carving Out Space at Ruthin; Interpreting Ceramics; Making Connections in Farnham; Added Value?; Gordon Baldwin and John Rainey; Future Beauty? in
a variety of formats and engagement styles that suit their research best. IMMERSIVE EVENTS Tired of listening to lectures? Engross yourself in these unusual events instead HOWL AT THE MOON Artist Luke Jerram has hung a seven-metre model of the Moon in Hull Minster, and on 11 September, for one night only, you can sing along to space-themed tunes with the University of Hull Chapel Choir.