After travelling around the world, mesmerising millions of people across the globe, this incredible seven-metre-wide Museum of the Moon has arrived on the Gold Coast, Australia!
Museum of the Moon is a floating moon sculpture with detailed NASA imagery on it’s surface. Each centimetre of the replica is equal to 5 kms of the lunar surface.
While you bathe in the moonlight, listen to a surround-sound composition, featuring archive audio from the moon landings, by BAFTA award-winning composer Dan Jones. As the sculpture travels around the globe, it highlights the latest moon science and gathers new musical compositions, personal responses, stories and mythologies from each stop.
“A place to sit, relax, grab a bite to eat and enjoy the atmosphere of the Commonwealth Games 2018.”
Arriving in Chinatown on the Gold Coast, as part of the Festival 2018, this stunning illuminating sculpture is a sight to behold. Locals can view this incredible Museum of the Moon at the CBD Street Party, running now until 15th April, everyday until 10pm. The CBD Street Party takes place in Gold Coast’s Chinatown and features:
- A big screen televising the Commonwealth Games 2018
- Live music and performances from 12pm-10pm daily
- Museum of the Moon programmed by Festival 2018 and other artistic installations
- Food Trucks
- Children’s activities
- Roving entertainment
- Visit the Gold Coast CBD’s website for more.
The Artist behind Museum of the Moon:
Creator of Museum of the Moon, is Internationally acclaimed United Kingdom (UK) artist Luke Jerram. He is celebrated for his large scale public artworks, which have been enjoyed by millions of people worldwide.
Discover more about the Moon, it’s creator and it’s journey HERE.