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Night of Mystery - Museum of the moon

in Mons

  • LUKE JERRAM
    COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF SAINTE-WAUDRU
    PERFORMANCE

    What if we brought the Moon down to Earth to admire its craters, its beauty and its clarity up close? This is the crazy dream created by the British artist Luke Jerram with Museum of the Moon. A monumental sculpture measuring 7 metres in diameter, an exact replica of the Earth’s satellite to the scale of 1: 500.000. With a performance that is successively technical, scientific, artistic, philosophical and poetic, Museum of the Moon...

    LUKE JERRAM
    COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF SAINTE-WAUDRU
    PERFORMANCE

    What if we brought the Moon down to Earth to admire its craters, its beauty and its clarity up close? This is the crazy dream created by the British artist Luke Jerram with Museum of the Moon. A monumental sculpture measuring 7 metres in diameter, an exact replica of the Earth’s satellite to the scale of 1: 500.000. With a performance that is successively technical, scientific, artistic, philosophical and poetic, Museum of the Moon invites you to contemplate and dream in the heart of the Collegiate church of Sainte-Waudru.

    LUKE JERRAM
    Originally from Bristol, the visual artist Luke Jerram questions the public space with his sculptures, living art projects and his largescale installations since 1997. The Museum of the Moon installation travelled the world: from a monastery in the north of England to the banks of the Hooghly River in Calcutta, India, the Glastonbury Festival in England, a classical music concert hall in Reykjavik, Iceland and an Olympic swimming pool in Beijing, China.

Schedules

Schedules

  • From October 29, 2021 until October 31, 2021