Into The Unknown:A Journey Through Science Fiction Tickets

Barbican Centre, London

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July 2017

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The genre-defining exhibition of art, design, film and literature. From the 19th century cabinet of curiosities, to the vastness of space. Through future cities, into the inner landscapes of human perception. Uncover the mysterious lands of Jules Verne and Ray Harryhausen where Science Fiction narratives first took root. Venture on an odyssey into our solar system, with vintage artwork promoting Soviet visions of space alongside immersive work by Soda_Jerk. Visit a gallery of aliens, and stand alongside iconic spacesuits from a galaxy of blockbusters including Star Trek and Interstellar. Imagine dystopian worlds with Margaret Atwood and 28 Days Later. Then, with nowhere left to explore but human consciousness, delve deep and experience the transformation and mutation of the body through the eyes of Jack Kirby and Ex Machina. Curated by historian and writer Patrick Gyger, this festival-style exhibition consists of more than 800 works, many of which have never been seen in the UK before. Continuing across the Centre, it includes artwork from Isaac Julien, Larissa Sansour and Conrad Shawcross, and an installation from the creators of Black Mirror. Press Quotes: ★★★★ 'The Barbican goes boldly to a galaxy far, far away - and the result is a true sci-fi journey' Evening Standard 'will delight sci-fi connoisseur and novice alike' Daily Telegraph ★★★★★ 'an unmissable snapshot of this vibrant genre' City AM ★★★★ 'The Barbican has turned into sci-fi heaven' Londonist