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…
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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. Find out more here.
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.
This small solar powered cloud, made of 50 radiometers has just been installed at the M Shed in Bristol. It's a prototype for a far larger artwork being developed by Luke and his team. See the other radiometer artworks they have created.
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.
Raising money for the charity Frank Water, organisations can contact us to buy the DIY urban slide manual. The slide in Londonderry has just raised £60,000 for Cancer Research UK!
Play Me, I'm Yours
This year 12 cities around the world, from Melbourne to Glasgow, presented Play Me, I'm Yours. In October a dozen street pianos were installed across the city of Nicosia in Cyprus for the public to play. Several cities are planning to present the artwork in 2015! More info at www.streetpianos.com.
Residency at the Glass Hub
Luke Jerram has been awarded an Arts Council of England grant to carry out a three month residency at the Glass Hub in Wiltshire. During this period he will carry out experiments and develop new artwork in glass.