Our cities, civilisations, ideas, indeed our very existence, seem so important to us, so huge and enduring, yet reveal to be tiny and transient when viewed against the infinite cosmos. Ozstronomy depicts urban and wild earthly scenes towered by stars that seem to rush by as our planet spins, yet look serenely on. Centuries ago, the same stars gazed down. In eons to come, they will still be there and when Earth itself has died, they will still be there, looking blankly and beautifully. In uncertain times, it may be useful to see a perspective that reminds us how tiny we are.
21 May, 1pm-3pm Artist’s Long Lunch (limited seats)
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