Luke Jerram's multidisciplinary arts practice involves the creation of sculptures, installations and live artworks.
Living in the UK but working internationally, Jerram creates art projects which excite and inspire people around the world. Here is the latest news about his work…
Lullaby in Derry~Londonderry
The Lullaby has just taken place in Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Cycling through the back streets and passing many homes, the Lullaby is delivered by its citizens to the children of a city. The art project here was commissioned by Sustrans NI with performances on 25th, 26th, 27th March.
Glass Microbiology exhibition with Leonardo da Vinci
From April 2015 Luke Jerram invites visitors to Leigh Woods in Bristol, to experience an unexpected encounter with a flotilla of abandoned fishing boats installed in the depths of the woodland. The boats will be used as a site for special marine and environmental, sound installations, theatrical performances, lectures and interactive workshops, staged both in the daytime and at night. Find out more here.
The six contemporary artists chosen for Culture24's Museums at Night Connect! competition have been revealed in a line up including Luke Jerram, street artist Pure Evil, Turner Prize winner Gillian Wearing and Yinka Shonibare. They are joined by theatrical installation duo Davy and Kristin McGuire and cross platform artist Alinah Azadeh.
All the artists will create a series of unique events at a museum or gallery during Museums at Night, the UK’s after hours festival of arts, culture and heritage, in which hundreds of venues all over the UK open their doors at nighttime.
Birmingham Museums Trust
Luke Jerram has been commissioned by Birmingham Museums Trust to develop a series of art proposals that connect and animate all the museums across the city. As well as researching the industrial history of the city he recently spent a day exploring the different sites and their hidden collections.
Park and Slide
Park and Slide was a giant 90m water slide presented on 4th May, on Park Street in Bristol for 'Making Sundays Special'. With 96,573 requests for a 'ticket to slide', more than 65,000 people came to watch on the day.
This piece of silver digital jewellery displays how long the wearer has to live. The jewellery automatically takes data from a Death Clock website and presents it on the LED display. In the longer term, the plan is to connect Life Time to a sports activity watch so as to add or subtract time to a persons life expectancy, depending on how much excersize they do. Read more