New sculpture exhibition at The National Centre for Craft and Design
Luke Jerram is an internationally respected multidisciplinary artist whose work with discreet objects, large scale public performances and installations has brought him international acclaim.
His new exhibition at the National Centre for Craft & Design includes works from three major series: Radiometer Chandeliers, Glass Microbiology and Rotated Data Sculptures. The exhibition runs from 2 February - 14 April 2013.
By capturing phenomena beyond the reach of the human eye and making them material, Jerram draws our attention to a vast array of scientific research and data gathering and questions, if and how does this knowledge serve us.
Jerram’s Glass Microbiology sculptures are in museum collections around the world from The Corning Museum in New York to the Wellcome Collection in London. In 2009 his sculptures were presented at The Mori Museum, Tokyo alongside work by Damien Hirst, Warhol and Leonardo da Vinci.