Presented By Luke Jerram


Type: Installation, Music, Spectacle


Taking inspiration from the mythological ancestral mother of all life on earth, and scientific discoveries in the age of space travel, Gaia will renew your appreciation for the fragile and diverse planet we call home. The first time we got to see the Earth from space was in 1972, in an image featuring a miniscule pale blue dot. Luke Jerram’s floating 3D Gaia allows audiences to view the earth up close with detailed NASA imagery, allowing us to experience the Overview Effect – feelings of awe, a profound understanding of the interconnection of all life, and a renewed sense of responsibility for the environment.

General Release tickets available from Thursday 6 August at 12 noon


Site Access

There is level access to the performance location.

Viewing area

A priority area for disabled audiences will be marked with a sign or flag. Space for wheelchair users, and a variety of seating options will be available. GDIF volunteers will offer directions from the nearest station.

Accessible Toilets

Information coming soon.

Blue badge parking

Information coming soon.

Photo route

Coming soon.

Contact Alex if you have any Access questions: | 07899 893 935

Show Access


Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day.

An Audio brochure and BSL interpreted brochure will be available online.

Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible | Audio Described | Digital Access Available

What to expect: Family Friendly | Speech Free

An Audio Description of the installation will be available to listen to on this page.

Where to find it

Coming soon.

About the artist

Luke Jerram’s multidisciplinary practice involves the creation of sculptures, installations and live arts projects. Living in the UK but working internationally since 1997, Jerram has created a number of extraordinary art projects which have excited and inspired people around the globe. Jerram has a set of different narratives that make up his practice which are developing in parallel with one another. He is known worldwide for his large scale public artworks.

Supported by

Gaia is supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, and Arts Council England. 

Created in partnership with the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), Bluedot Festival and The UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres. With supporting partners Culture Liverpool and Liverpool Cathedral.

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