Check Out This Immersive Multimedia Show Under A Planetarium

This immersive, multimedia show fuses art and science to interpret the recent, mind-expanding discovery of gravitation waves, and what it means for humanity.

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What stories do gravitational waves tell?

Poets and musicians, sound and video artists have come together with renown scientists to explore this very questions. What’s the product? An immersive, multimedia experience that takes place under a planetarium dome.

Head to Adelaide Planetarium on Sunday, August 11th to experience this unique show, which sees the fusion of art and science to interpret theories of gravitational waves.

The mind-expanding discovery of gravitational waves in 2015 has given humanity “a completely new way of looking at the universe”, according to the late Stephen Hawking.

What could this discovery mean for us, and our understanding of our place in the universe? The collective behind Particle/Wave explores the possibilities.

Check out the trailer below:

On for one weekend only, the show is described as a ‘love letter to gravitational waves’ and sounds like an unforgettable and unique experience. You’ll satisfy both the need for curiosity and entertainment!

See the show at 1pm, 3pm, 6pm or 8pm at the Adelaide Planetarium, UniSA Mawson Lakes Campus, Building P, Mawson Lakes SA 5095.

For more information or to book tickets, visit the website here.

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This immersive, multimedia show fuses art and science to interpret the recent, mind-expanding discovery of gravitation waves, and what it means for humanity.

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