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Alicja Kwade, Ben Cauchi, Cornelia Parker, David Austen, Frank Walter, Garry Fabian Miller, Georges Méliès, Hajra Waheed, Johann Bayer, Katie Paterson, Marine Hugonnier, Richard Forster, Vija Celmins

Jacob’s Ladder

26 July 2018 - 20 October 2018

In the words of Arthur C. Clarke:

“Sometimes I think we’re alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we’re not. In either case the idea is quite staggering.”

This is an exhibition celebrating mankind’s relationship with space and our enduring attempts to fathom the unfathomable. Included are rare historical works alongside contemporary artists whose work considers the imaginative territory between Earth and the heavens.

David Austen; Ben Cauchi; Vija Celmins; Richard Forster; Marine Hugonnier; Alicja Kwade; Georges Méliès; Garry Fabian Miller; Cornelia Parker; Katie Paterson; Hajra Waheed; Frank Walter and the crews of Apollo 8 & 9.

This exhibition will run in partnership with University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Research Collections festival exhibition on the same theme. A display which will include objects and rare books across five centuries from Nicolaus Copernicus’ revolutionary work on the movement of the planets On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres, of 1543 to Katie Paterson’s recent work Timepieces.

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