From April-September 2015 Luke Jerram invited visitors to Leigh Woods, Bristol, to explore a flotilla of abandoned fishing boats. The installation and events venue, was been commissioned by National Trust for Bristol2015.

Dream Director

An interactive installation designed to direct the contents of participant's dreams as they sleep over night in the gallery. Commissioned by the Watershed and funded by the Clarke Bursary the Dream Director installation is currently touring museums and galleries in the UK. As a part of research for the Sky Orchestra. 2007

Ghost Plane

Installation in Europe's largest wind tunnel Farnborough Airbase. Created from liquid mercury and light, Ghost Plane was commissioned by Arts Catalyst. 2004

Is This Red

Limited edition print exploring perception developed in collaboration with Spike Print Studio.

Just Sometimes..

Temporary outdoor installation commissioned for the Witte de With Festival, Rotterdam. 100's of umbrellas floating like swans on the canal. Occasionally one or two would be found trying to escape a few hundred meters down stream. 2010


The retinal after-image installation Jerram created after 'Retinal Memory Volume'. Commissioned by Site Gallery for an exhibition called 'Everything is Number.' 2001

My RSC Gallery

This architectural intervention is designed to help promote a sense of ownership of the new theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon. The public were invited to create artwork for a hidden exhibition that was literally embedded into the fabric of in the building. 2010

Plant Orchestra

The plant orchestra amplifies and makes audible the imperceptible sound waves of dozens of plants within Cambridge Botanical Gardens. Commissioned in 2009 as part of Night Jar, the artwork was also recreated in the botanical gardens of Riga, Latvia in 2011.

Retinal Memory Volume

Described as a classic in its field 'Retinal Memory Volume' is an emmersive installation artwork that creates virtual objects within a viewer, using a patented retinal after-image process. Jerram's most successful installation the artwork has been continually touring the world since its creation back in 1997.

St Gabriel's Garden

In an abandoned underground mail transport tunnel in Birmingham, Luke Jerram and composer Dan Jones create a series of sound and light installations inspired by the tunnel's history. The industrial sounds of a sorting office were recorded by sending dictaphones through the post on 'voice activated record'. 2007


A kinetic sound installation controlled by the movements of the Moon and Sun. Commissioned by Da2 the artwork toured around the globe for several years. 2001.

Tunnel Vision

In the 1/2km long dissused railway tunnel of Stapelhill Bristol, Tunnel Vision was a fusion of architecture, candlelight, surround sound and the visiting public. A vast array of speakers were mounted in the ceiling of the 8m high tunnel, lit at night by over 500 candles. 2006