Over the coming years Gaia will be presented in art exhibitions, science, music and light festivals around the world. 



Due to Covid-19, these dates are subject to change. We update this website regularly, but please check with the presenting institution directly for the most up-to-date information.

Gaia will next be presented in:
Farout Festival, BASE Milano, Italy, 10 June – 12 September
Ely Cathedral, UK, 1 – 31 July 
Milton Keynes International Festival, UK, 10 – 30 July
Lights On Romania, Sfântu Gheorghe, 30 July – 8 August
The Coro, UK, 1 – 31 August
Freedom Festival, Hull, UK, 20 August – 5 September 
Festival of the Earth, Wakefield, UK, 20 – 30 August
The Wilds at Barking Riverside, London, 2 – 5 September
Charlotte SHOUT! NC, USA, 10 September – 3 October
Inside Out Dorset, Moors Valley Country Park, 17 – 19 September; Symondsbury Estate 24 – 26 September 
Musica Sacra, Maastricht, Netherlands, 17 September – 10 October
St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, 1 – 31 October 
Fjord Oslo, Norway, 5 – 7 November 
Number One Riverside, Rochdale, UK, 20 November – 24 December
Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, from 5 September 2020
Water Cube, Beijing, China, from 1 October 2020 (10 metre Gaia) 
Science Centre Singapore, from 4 December 2020

(There are often several Gaia’s touring simultaneously)

Presented previously in:

GLEX Summit, Lisbon, Portugal. ‘Celeste’ Derriere le Hublot, Figeac, France. Old Royal Naval College, London. Houston Museum of Natural Science, USA. Giornate del Respiro, Sardinia, Italy. Lights On Romania, Timisoara. Leicester Cathedral, UK. Lights On Romania, Satu Mare.

Gloucester Cathedral, UK. Beaugrenelle, Paris. The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, UK. HOTA Home of the Arts, Gold Coast, Australia. Discovery China, Wuhan, China. University of East Anglia, UK. Circulate London, Hounslow, UK. Greenwich & Docklands International Festival, London, UK. Mattatoio, Rome, Italy. The Houston Museum of Natural Science, USA. SILBERSALZ, Halle, Germany. Microdot at Alderley Park, UK.

Eden Project, UK. Lights on Romania, Cluj, Romania. Lates: Seven Worlds, One Planet, Natural History Museum, London, UK. Barnsley College, UK. Shenzhen, China. Wentworth Woodhouse, UK. Lightpool Festival, Blackpool Tower Ballroom, UK. Essen Light Festival, Germany. Biela Noc (White Night Slovakia), Bratislava, Slovakia. Oradea Festifall, Romania. Peterborough Cathedral, UK. White Night 2019, Riga, Latvia. National Science & Media Museum, Bradford, UK. Wales Millenium Centre, UK. University of Bristol, UK. Discovery Moon landing 50th Anniversary Special, Taipei, Taiwan. Aura Festival, Sintra, Portugal. Yuanmingyuan Rd, Shanghai, with Discovery Channel, China. Llanthony Secunda Priory, Gloucester, UK. Liverpool River Festival, UK. Salisbury International Arts Festival, UK. Lee Tung Avenue & Citywalk, Hong Kong. Spinningfields, Manchester, UK. Joondalup Festival, Australia. Fire & Light Falkirk, UK. Hsinchu New Year Festival, Taiwan. W5, Belfast. 

Natural History Museum, UK. Bluedot Festival, UK.

Contact us if your organisation is interested in presenting the artwork in the future. The artwork can be presented in a number of different ways. See examples in Presentations. The artwork can be exhibited indoors or outdoors and events can be programmed underneath.

Museum Collections

Editions of the Gaia artwork have been acquired by:

Science Centre SingaporeThe Houston Museum of Natural Science, USA. Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa. Bluedot, UK. Fairmount Park Conservancy, Philadelphia, USA. 

Contact us if your organisation is interested in acquiring an edition of the artwork.