PARTICLE/WAVE: Where Science & Art Collide
20-23 March 2019 Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium

Age Recommendation

14+ years

Venue

Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium

Location

Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, Mount Coot Tha Road, Toowong QLD, Australia

Session Times

Cost

Adult: $35 (Early Bird $26.25) Concession: $25 (Early Bird $18.75) Student: $10 (Early Bird $7.50)
Alicia Sometimes
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Alicia Sometimes

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Alicia Sometimes

Alicia Sometimes is a writer, director and broadcaster. She is a regular guest on 774 and Radio National and has produced segments for JJJ, RN, 774 and RRR. Alicia was...

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Andrew Watson
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Andrew Watson

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Andrew Watson

Andrew Watson is a Melbourne-based video artist & musician who performs and releases works under the name, 'The Man Who Wasn’t There'. He has led numerous musical projects including Slow...

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Summary

PARTICLE/WAVE is an immersive multimedia celebration of the discovery of gravitational waves that combines poetry, video art, live music and science.

First observed in 2015, gravitational waves are ripples in space-time, traveling away from exploding stars, merging black holes and other cosmological phenomena. Physicist Stephen Hawking called them ‘a completely new way of looking at the universe.’

A mind-expanding collaboration of artists and internationally renowned scientists, PARTICLE/WAVE offers a unique lens into this incredible discovery. Following a sell-out season at the Melbourne Festival 2018, PARTICLE/WAVE will look deep into the universe under the spectacular dome of the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium.

“It’s a show that’s at once spectacular and intimate, bringing home the confounding mysteries of the universe”

Alison Croggon – Witness Performance
Image by Andrew Watson

Particle/Wave is presented in conjunction with Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium.

 

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Please note, due to the format of this event, late comers will not be admitted. Refunds/exchanges not available.

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