Last October the art installation was located in Leeds city centre and had also featured in Hull Minster as part of the Freedom Festival back in 2021. And, now the huge revolving Earth will return to East Yorkshire this summer.
A floating moon installation featured at Bolton Abbey’s Priory Church by the same artist. Set to be featured at Beverley Minster, its named Gaia Earth, the artwork has proven a huge hit drawing thousands of visitors all over the UK. It offers visitors the chance to see the planet like never before.
It was created by Luke Jerram and is a seven-metre model that appears to float in front of visitors. It’s a great shot for the Gram if you’re that way inclined.
Check our visit to see Gaia Earth in Leeds below:
Designed using NASA imaging, the beautiful, glowing installation is full of impeccable detail, and wows audiences in every city it graces.
Gaia encourages audiences to admire the planet we live on with an ‘overview effect’, showing the magnitude of the wonderful, magnificent place that we call Earth.It’s a rare opportunity to see the popular spectacle in real life here in Yorkshire.
It’s a free exhibition and will run at the Beverley Minster from September 8th to October 1st, 10am-4pm Monday-Saturday, and noon-4pm Sunday.
There is also some evening viewings available If you’d like to go visit the Minster website here.
Feature Image Credit: Luke Jerram