Artist Luke Jerram works through the night to turn back the clocks for his latest installation. The clocks are going back this weekend with every one in the UK getting an extra night in bed. See SWNS story SWCLOCKS; Ahead of the clocks going back, for Museums at Night, celebrated artist Luke Jerram will be creating a unique and visually stunning installation called Harrison’s Garden ( named after John Harrison, an 18th Century clock designer who solved the problem of determining longitude at sea) at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery in Devon. Luke Jerram is known worldwide for his large scale public live art installations. Most recently “Park and Slide” saw a giant slide being installed on Bristol’s Park Street whilst his celebrated street piano installation Play Me, I’m Yours, has been presented in 46 cities all over the world.

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