The Big Dream unveiled at the Old Royal Naval College

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Thu 16 Dec 21

Imagine it’s 2030. What do you see when you look outside of your window?

On 22 February 2022 join us at the Old Royal Naval College as 20 iconic locations around the world simultaneously project a large-scale artwork representing the UK’s and the world’s collective dreams for the planet in the next decade. 50 artists, including British digital artists, will use over 500 images to turn these dreams into one collective digital artwork of our shared vision for the future which will be unveiled on iconic buildings, museums and heritage sites globally, the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich being the key UK site.

Joining the Old Royal Naval College will be such incredible places as Times Square New York, Shibuya Crossing Tokyo, Tower of David Jerusalem, Mount Kilimanjaro and Qutb Minar Tower in India, before the digital artwork travels to the International Space Station as part of the Rakia Mission. The artwork will be themed focusing on the environment, social issues and culture, amongst other categories.

This incredible outdoor projection will be free for all to see and enjoy on the buildings and grounds of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich from 2 February 2022 from sunset. Family dream-themed workshops will also be available on the weekend of 5-6 February.

The Big Dream project hopes to capture 100,000 dreams for the future from around the world and it’s not too late to send in your dream. What does this world look like to you? What is inside your home? What is outside your window? What does human connection look like? Send your dream in one quick step.

Click here for further information about The Big Dream.