Heaven's Carousel by Tim Otto Roth
Celebrating The Hubble Space Telescope's 25th Anniversary
April 24 – May 2, 2015
FREE & Open To The Public, each night at Dusk (weather permitting)
Outside in AVAM's Jim Rouse Visionary Center plaza
In celebration of The Hubble Space Telescope's 25th Anniversary, a special light and sound installation created by German artist and composer Tim Otto Roth will be on view in AVAM's Jim Rouse Visionary Center plaza. The installation, titled Heaven's Carousel, links together the fields of art, music and astronomy. Conceptualized and designed by Tim Otto Roth, the work is inspired by novel work on the accelerating expansion of the Universe by Nobel laureate Adam Riess (STScl), Greek cosmology and Renaissance astronomers (source: Hubble release). This special temporary exhibition will be on view from April 24 thru May 2, 2015, and is part of The Hubble Space Telescope's 25th Anniversary Public Events. Visitors are invited to join us in gazing skyward at this remarkable installation, and ponder the mysteries of our expanding universe which the revolutionary Hubble Space Telescope and NASA scientists have begun to unravel. While on our wonderland campus, marvel at Andrew Logan's mirrored mosaic Cosmic Galaxy Egg, which features Hubble images of birthing new stars and dying galaxies, and Steve Heller's illuminating Stargate, created with recycled metal and antique auto parts.
To learn more about Heaven's Carousel and artist Tim Otto Roth, visit: http://imachination.net/carousel/.
For more information on The Hubble Space Telescope's 25th Anniversary events, visit: http://hubble25th.org.