COMPANION: MOON photo gallery

Posted on May 17th, 2019

Photograph of two people standing face to face underneath a large moon.

We’re quite literally over the moon to open a brand new project today – COMPANION: MOON, commissioned by the Natural History Museum.

COMPANION: MOON is an interactive performance using sound and movement in a gentle and open encounter with Luke Jerram’s monumental artwork, Museum of the Moon Over the past few weeks we’ve playtested the piece with hundreds of people, working with a team of artists and Museum scientists to create a performance where visitors can choose to take part or observe.

Take a sneak peek at our production shots below.

© Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London
© Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London
© Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London
© Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London

Representing Coney are: Harriet Bolwell, Ting-chi Chuang, Rachel Hosker, Tim Lewis, Kieran Lucas, Vicki Manderson and Tassos Stevens.


COMPANION: MOON takes place in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. It is free to attend and is taking place on multiple dates between now and the end of August – full dates and times are available here.

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