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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 65000 people came to watch on the day. Watch this great film or see this slide show in the Guardian. Organisations can contact us now for the DIY manual.

Live Now in Albany, NY

Play Me, I'm Yours is currently being presented in Albany, NY.  Dozens of street pianos installed across the city for the public to play. This globally touring artwork will also be presented in GlasgowStoke-on-Trent and Nicosia later this year. More info at

Lullaby Performances

Lullaby is a surround sound illuminated artwork, made by its own citizens and delivered at dusk to the public’s door. The artwork will be performed at the b-side Multimedia Arts Festival in Portland UK, 5th September. Sustrans have also commissioned the artwork to be performed in Derry~Londonderry, March 2015.  

New Commission

Luke has been commissioned by the National Trust and Bristol 2015 to create a new artwork for next year when Bristol is European Green Capital. Funding was recently secured from the Arts Council of England for the project by Bristol Cultural Development Partnership (BCDP). 

Researching Artworks for KREBS

To help celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Nobel Prize winning work of Sir Hans Krebs, Luke Jerram has been commissioned by The University of Sheffield to develop a series of art proposals for the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology.  

Glass Microbiology Exhibitions and News

Works are currently on display at the Wellcome Collection and in Autumn 2014 will be on show in Museum of Contemporary Art (A Coruña, Spain). Works were recently acquired by The Collection (Lincoln) and Natura Artis Magistra (Amsterdam). New works are being commissioned by The Pirbright Institute.

Kinetic Chandelier Installed at Chrylser Museum of Art

A new 17ft tall radiometer chandelier has just been installed in the Chrylser Museum of Art, USA. With the support of the Heller Gallery in NYC, the artwork was commissioned as part of the renovation and expansion of the museum. Watch new film. Read nice press story.

Maya - Pixelated Sculpture Stops Train

The 3D pixelated sculpture is on platform 1 of Bristol Temple Meads train station. Watch film. Read in The Guardian. From a distance she appears to stand alone at the end of the platform. As you move closer, she fragments into 3D pixels. A train was recently held up when the driver thought the girl was real! 

Malaria artwork on Channel 4 - Four Rooms Programme.

In collaboration with the Lilford Gallery, Jerram's small Malaria artwork was sold on the Channel4, Four Rooms television programme. Watch this clip and see what happens!  

BBC Radio 3 Programme Presented by Luke Jerram

BBC Radio3 recently aired Luke's 15minute programme for The Essay about his street piano project again. If you missed it, you can listen to the programme in your own time, with this You Tube slideshow