Space Voyage - a spectacular Son-et-Lumiere experience produced by Artistic Collaboration ‘Luxmuralis’
Come and see the Minster like never before!
Monday 12 - Friday 16 September 2022
An opportunity to ponder our relationship with planet Earth and beyond is explored in this fantastic sound and light experience. Installations of sound and light art will take you on a journey through space; see galaxies emerge above you and explore humanities ambition to adventure beyond. Tickets for this incredible installation will sell fast so get yours now. An immersive experience not to be missed!
Tickets available here or from the bottom of this page.
(The above video shows Space Voyage at Rochester)
The audience walks through the light artworks and installations to watch throughout the interior of the Minster, its architecture beautifully highlighted by the light installations - all set to bespoke music.
Just as Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins stated: “We are so tiny in the system of things”
Artist Peter walker says: “We are all responsible for this small planet that we started to explore in the 1960’s, Climate Change is part of the narrative. The artwork is about reflecting inwards as much as it is about reflecting outwards, and about how we take care of our small piece of the Universe.”
Timed entry slots available:
The entire experience lasts approximately 45-60 minutes and when this incredible installation visited Rochester Cathedral last year, every single ticket was sold - so don't miss out, get your tickets now! >>>Available here <<< or from the bottom of this page.
£5 under 16s/NUS
Under 5s free (please note under 5s are free but an "Under 5" ticket still needs to be obtained).
NB: There is fast moving lighting and loud music throughout and movement between areas of light and dark. Therefore this event is not suitable for people who suffer from epilepsy or any condition triggered by light or loud sounds.
The Artistic Collaboration known as ‘Luxmuralis’ which means Light Murals in Latin, create large scale, site specific installations taking art and creativity to varied spaces across the UK and Europe.
Luxmuralis take son-et-lumiere (sound and light) art to a variety of places and spaces, outdoors on large scale public facades, statues and unusual creative spaces and also has currently been attracting attention at many UK Cathedrals bringing thousands of new visitors and pilgrims through the doors of such sacred buildings.
‘Space Voyage’ is a spectacular immersive journey for people to walk through and explore the space of the Cathedral in a new light, the artwork asks visitors to look out into space and think about what humans have achieved in our place in the world.
Credit: created by the Luxmuralis artistic collaboration, Peter Walker Sculptor and David Harper Composer