Imagine that we time travel to 2025. What do you see? We see our gallery on the Moon and a duplicate version of it on Earth. Our exhibition at the Leiden University’s Center for Innovation will show this futuristic journey and how the miniature and large versions of the gallery will connect Earth and Moon. The Bridge. The bridge that gives access to humanity and our culture to space; a wholly new concept that we invite you to explore with us through this exhibition.
We will build this symbolic bridge in the centre of Leiden and connect The Field and the Innovation Center through art. The Field will represent the Earth displaying the prototypes, demos and posters explaining the stories behind the artworks. While the Innovation Center will symbolize the Moon, showing the lander and the mini cubes. We believe that the juncture of our extraordinary project and the inspirational power of the location will ensure a rich experience.
You can rewatch the event on YouTube.
Marcus Neustetter, Ine Poppe, Lorenzo Viscidi Bluer, Kristina Okan, Hans Rutten, Suzan Vellekoop & Fabian Mulder, Eloise Dieutegard, Francesca Andreozzi, Annamaria Zanella, Alberta Vita, Jone Suardi, Niek Verschoor, Renzo Pasquale, Valdas NeuroVirtual, Eva Petric, Lakshmi Mohanbabu, Jamal Ageli, Aneta Zeleznikova, Ronald Vles, Andy Gracie, Emmanuele Villani, Gabriele Lorusso, Hady Milani, Isabella Douzoglou, Eduardo Kac, Mai Wada & Anastasia Kokori, Oded Ben-Horin / for the Global Science Opera, Maria Beaumaster & Sarah Bovelett, Sophie Hooghiemstra, Mary Kuiper, Studio Samira Boon & Anna Sitnikova, Renato Japi, Tobias Schalm & Alban Muret, Minna Philips, Johan Recén Larsson, Thomas Heidtmann, Peter Westenbrink, Mateja Šušteršič Dimic & Eva Petric, Maria Polushkina, Hans Brooymans, Daria Kozhina, Martin Sjardijn, Dana LaMonda, Badriah Hamelink, Studio de Quaasteniet, Anastasia Izotova, Alexandra Arshanskaya, Lisa Van Casand, Tuuli Utriainen, Max Baraitser Smith, Priyanka Das Rajkakati, Guy Livingston, Mark IJzerman.