The Universe and Art is an artistic voyage through the cosmos, exploring where we came from and where we are going. It weaves a rich constellation of Eastern and Western philosophies, ancient and contemporary art, and science and religion, to explore how humanity has constantly contemplated its presence in the Universe.
Long the subject of dreams, mythologies and artistic visions, the universe has been studied by people from around the world for a millennia. Featuring over 120 original artworks, scientific artifacts and manuscripts, this exhibition presents visions of the universe from across the globe and through the centuries.
Image: Conrad Shawcross, Slow Arc inside a Cube VIII, 2017