Aeolus Auction Ended!
Aeolus is giant stringed instrument, an aeolian wind harp and optical pavilion. With press coverage from around the globe the singing sculpture was last displayed in Canary Wharf, London 2012. The auction process for the artwork has been stopped. Find out why, here.
Artwork Acquired by the Metropolitan Museum.
We can now announce that Jerram's glass Smallpox artwork has just become part of the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The acquisition was made possible through the Heller Gallery, NYC.
New Giant Kinetic Chandelier Commissioned
A new 20 foot tall solar powered chandelier is now being created for the National Glass Centre in the UK. The artwork has been commissioned as part of the new transformation of the centre. Watch film of another of Jerram's kinetic chandeliers turning and flickering in the sunlight.
In Development - Voxelate
Commissioned by the Watershed, a 3D pixilated sculpture is being made for Bristol Temple Quarter. After 3D scanning and CAD work at the Pervasive Media Studio, the next stage of fabrication is waterjet cutting. Print work will take place at the CFPR where Jerram is Visiting Senior Research Fellow.
Street Pianos Across the Globe
Play Me I'm Yours has been presented in 36 cities to date with over 750 street pianos installed around the globe for the public to play. Cities presenting the art project this year include Paris, Geneva, Cleveland OH, Omaha NE and Boston MA. Over 3million people have now experienced this arts project.