Often combining art and science, Luke Jerram’s diverse practice oscillates between installation, sculpture, live art and participatory public events. Here he describes this breadth of approach, the professionalisation of practice and how a Nesta Fellowship changed his career.
With thanks to Luke Jerram for footage of ‘Play Me I’m Yours’.
Interviewer Natalie Wills
Camera Evan Brindle
Editor Pete Rees
Producers Lucy Tomlins / Natalie Wills