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Luke Jerram’s multidisciplinary practice involves the creation of sculptures, installations and live arts projects. Over time, the British artist has created a number of extraordinary art projects which have excited and inspired both the public and other artists around the globe.
One of these art projects we mention is his celebrated street pianos installation “Play Me, I’m Yours” – an art project which invites the public to engage with, activate and take ownership of their urban environment, and to share their love of music and the visual arts. Another projects worth mentioning are “Glass Microbiology” – a body of glass work created as alternative representations of viruses made to contemplate the global impact of each disease; “Park and Slide” – a giant water slide installed on a street in Bristol; “Museum of the Moon” – measuring seven metres in diameter, the moon features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface and “Sky Orchestra” – made up of seven hot air balloons, each with speakers attached, which take off (at dawn or dusk) and fly across a city. Each balloon plays a different element of a musical score, creating a massive audio landscape.
Contemplating Luke’s art, maybe the fact that he suffers from colour blindness isn’t a sight defect, but a creation quality which offers him a unique way of seeing things and showing them to us through his artworks. “I’m only limited by my imagination in what can be produced. Anything is possible.”, he says. We won’t yet tell you which one of his projects will be a part of our Circuit, because…yes, anything, even everything, is possible and we want to only be limited for now by mystery.