27 June 2018 “Spectral Power” screening, Royal Observatory (London)

Hemispherc Film Still (2017) Phil Coy www.philcoy.info
Hemispheric Film Still (2017) Phil Coy www.philcoy.info

This looks interesting–I plan to try and go, schedule willing!

Full details available on artist Phil Coy’s website and also the Royal Observatory’s/ Royal Museums Greenwich website.

28 June 6:30pm – 7.45pm
Price: Adult: £10.30 | Concession: £9.30 Book tickets
Location: Royal Observatory, Planetarium & Astronomy Centre
Season: Evenings and Lates

“The inaugral screening of ‘Spectral Power’, a full dome short film born out of conversations with scientists from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. Alongside Royal Museums Greenwich astronomers and curators they will discuss the project across art and science. The event will include the use of the planetarium to show how our maps of the Universe can appear quite different when seen from afar as opposed to our Earthbound perspective. Various speakers will help couch the film piece in the context of finding new ways to interpret data by approaching it from different perspectives. This event is part of the Observatory’s ‘Universe Unseen’ series of programming.”

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