‘Life’ in Exeter: art reflecting the fragility of nature and the impact of humanity

Remember the moon landing at Exeter Cathedral?

Landing in Exeter: the Museum of the Moon – Sidmouth Solarpunk

The ‘projection art gallery’ has now landed:

A touring light and sound show at Exeter Cathedral promises to take visitors on a ‘journey through earth, sea and sky.’
The art installation, entitled Life, combines animated light projections with sound. It is designed to fill all areas of the cathedral’s vast interior and will encourage visitors to discover different experiences throughout the building.
The creation of Luxmuralis – an artistic collaboration between sculptor Peter Walker and composer David Harper – Life aims to celebrate the natural beauty of our planet, but also reflect on the fragility of nature and the impact of humanity.

Artistic Collaboration Brings ‘Life’ to Exeter Cathedral | Exeter Cathedral

Life Light & Sound Show by Luxmuralis – YouTube

Life: Light and Sound Experience | Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral is hosting a new light and sound installation.
Called Life, it promises to take visitors on a ‘journey through earth, sea and sky.’
It fills all areas of the inside of the cathedral combines, encouraging visitors to discover different experiences throughout the building.

Life is at Exeter Cathedral from Tuesday 22 to Saturday 26 March, advance booking is recommended, although tickets will also be available on the door, subject to availability.

Art installation fills whole of Exeter Cathedral – Radio Exe

Luxmuralis is a collaborative team combining artists from different backgrounds and artistic disciplines – creating works across multiple media and presentation formats

About | Luxmuralis

PROJECTION | Peter Walker Sculptor