“How have humans viewed the universe over time?”
This question forms the basis of an exhibition that examines our curiosity with the universe, space, time and the future of humanity. The Universe and Art is described as an art odyssey across time and space. You’ll find astronomy manuscripts from Leonardo da Vinci, one of the greatest painters of all time, as well as the latest installation from immersive art group teamLab. Additionally, you will come across a Japanese sword made from a fallen iron meteorite, aliens, A.I. technologies and projections of how life on Mars would be. It’s open until the 9th of January next year so keep an eye out for special events while the exhibition is running. The Mori Art Museum is open daily 10:00-22:00 and on Tuesdays 10:00-17:00.