The National Space Centre (NSC) in partnership with Greywood Arts will be hosting an exhibition by Swedish sculpture and sound artist Nicklas Lundberg, from Friday 03 December through Sunday 05 December. Lundberg is the Artist in Residence at Greywood, examining waste produced by the acceleration of space technology as part of Ireland’s first Space Waste residency. The residency is supported by the Cork County Council Arts Office.
Lungberg’s art is centred around sculptural sound works, often with kinetic and interactive elements. The residency will incorporate sounds generated using the NSC’s iconic 32-metre dish.
The Space Waste project also incorporates an educational programme, delivered through November by artist Scott Gorham. The resulting collaborative works of students from Gaelscoil Mhainistir Na Corann, Kyle NS, St. Fergal’s NS, and the Greywood Arts Youth Group will also be on display.
Both students and visitors will have the opportunity to tour the National Space Centre on this rare occasion when it is open to the public.
What You’ll See:
- NICKLAS LUNDBERG at the NSC: Experience the culmination of a month-long exploration of concepts and materials related to waste generated by the space tech industry.
- HELLO FUTURE WORLD: See the projects created by students during the world building and sculpture workshops incorporating language, geography, history and ecology.
- CAMPUS TOURS: Select exhibition tickets will include a guided tour of the National Space Centre campus, weather permitting.
🟡 Health & Safety: Entry is by timed ticketing only. Exhibition space is operating at under 20% capacity and is ventilated. Masks must be worn indoors by all visitors 13 and over and visitors are asked to observe social distances.
🔺 Accessibility: Entry to the NSC is via a door with a 1.5cm high threshold. Hallways, doorways and exhibition space are wheelchair friendly. Bathroom facilities are unfortunately not wheelchair accessible.