News in 2018

  • Reflecting on The Impossible Garden Project 21 December 2018 Just as Luke Jerram’s sculpture ‘DECIDE’, located in the Botanic Garden’s pond, was a nod to the current (and ongoing) flux of the country, so we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the impact of the Impossible Garden project.
  • Dates for your diary! 16 October 2018 With the autumn term now in full swing, we wanted to share details of various seminars and events we have planned and encourage those interested in the world of vision to come along and be inspired!
  • The Impossible Garden 25 September 2018 Over 15,000 visitors have explored the Impossible Garden exhibition at the University of Bristol's Botanic Garden since July. Open until the end of November, this unique collaboration between BVI and artist Luke Jerram, aims to enhance our understanding of vision, as both the BBC and ITV have reported
  • The Impossible Garden: Exploring the edges of perception 19 July 2018 The Impossible Garden is a unique set of experimental sculptures by artist Luke Jerram, inspired by visual phenomena. The 12 exhibits were created after a nine-month residency at the Bristol Eye Hospital, where Luke deepened his knowledge of visual perception, whilst learning about BVI's research in this area
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