Mind’s Eye will be on display in London as part of the Royal Albert Hall’s Space Spectacular on May 6th! Find out more here.
Leave the Earth and Moon behind, wander in close to the Sun, swing out past Venus, and stride into the outer reaches of the solar system via Juno. Roam around The Heart of Pluto and continue all the way out to the edge of the explored universe with Voyager…
Every day scientists and engineers around the world strive to uncover the mysteries of our solar system.
Mind's Eye is an audio installation which brings art and science together and offers the audience an opportunity to explore and understand the solar system via the voices of those most familiar with it.
Audiences pick up a set of headphones and take a trip on foot through the solar system guided by scientists, astrophysicists and engineers working on ‘live’ missions in space.
Mind's Eye toured to Brighton Digital Festival, ThinkTank - Birmingham, At Bristol, The British Science Festival- Bradford and Smashfest - Albany in London. The project has been made possible by support from Little Atoms, Arts Council England, Brighton Digital Festival, Royal Albert Hall, European Space Agency, JAXA, JPL, Planetary Science Institute, NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre and many more.
Mind’s Eye includes contributions from: