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13—18 Sep

Brisbane Festival and West Village present

Gaia

Gaia

An intimate encounter with our home planet.

Gaia acts as a mirror, a journey of discovery, and a warning. The viewer may experience a new perspective, a sense that societies of the Earth are all interconnected as well as the realisation that we have a responsibility to one another, to preserve, to protect.

Measuring 7 metres in diameter, Gaia is the second in a series of three awe-inspiring large-scale installations by Luke Jerram at West Village. 

Here is your chance to see the Earth as if from space; an incredibly beautiful and precious place. An ecosystem we urgently need to look after — our only home.

Luke Jerram


Price

Free

Times

Tue-Thu: 11am-8pm
Fri-Sat: 11am-10pm
Sun: 11am-8pm

Where

West Village ›
111 Boundary St,
West End QLD 4101

Getting Here

Accessibility

Wheelchair access

75% Visual Content. Minimal dialogue, some background music and/or sounds

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The Gaia Earth artwork was made to communicate a sense of the fragility of our planet. Halfway through the Earth’s sixth mass extinction, we urgently need to wake up, and change our behaviour. We need to quickly make the changes necessary, to prevent run away Climate Change. There really is no Planet B!



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How to get there

West Village ›
111 Boundary St,
West End QLD 4101

Getting Here

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