Did you experience Katie Paterson’s artwork ‘Second Moon’ – in an exhibition, at an event, or through using the ‘Second Moon’ App? Are you willing to reflect on your experience through a short online questionnaire?
The questionnaire has been designed by researchers here at ICCHS as part of a wider study, developed in collaboration with Locus+ and Tyne and Wear Museums and Archives, exploring the impact of ‘Second Moon’ on UK and international audiences. The feedback captured in the questionnaire will be used for academic purposes and will be shared with the project partners, their funders and the public. Personal information captured as part of the study will remain anonymous.
Happy to share your experiences with us? Please click here to go to the online questionnaire.
‘Second Moon’ is an artwork by award winning artist Katie Paterson. It tracked the journey of a small moon fragment as it circled the Earth on a year long man-made orbit via commercial airfreight, from September 2013-September 2014. ‘Second Moon’ was commissioned by Locus+ in partnership with Newcastle University and Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums. ‘Second Moon’ made its final landing at Newcastle’s Great North Museum on Saturday 20th September.
For more information about this study please contact Rebecca Farley, firstname.lastname@example.org, International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle University.