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Brief Published: 29 Jul 2011



Island/Universe is a new exhibition at the So Far, The Future gallery in London.

Created by London-based photographer John Hooper and filmmaker Mike Moloney, the exhibition is made up of a series of images, short films and found objects from La Palma – a Canary Island in Spain. Island/Universe is part of their ongoing series 24 Hours, Here.

Home to the telescopes of the IAC Observatory, La Palma offers astronomers some of the best views of the night sky. Hooper and Moloney were invited to visit the area by Super/Collider – a non-profit agency that investigates science through art – to capture the surreal and otherworldly landscape.

The exhibition runs until August 13 2011.

So Far, The Future