Brian Brush and Yong Ju Lee | New York, NY | 2011
Philip Beesley | Toronto | 2007-2011
presented by University of Utah Health Care
with Otto Bock HealthCare
From stone tools to the birth of the Internet, certain turning points in humankind's history have been defined by the creation or discovery of something profound. This breathtaking immersive display takes you through the inventions that have steered the course of history.
Injects static materials with live information creating a rippled picture of the world. By measuring temperature, wind, seismicity and more, the beautiful sine-curve wall displays a new kind of light show.
The Leonardo hosts the first U.S. installation of Philip Beesley's Hylozoic series. Not just an art installation, Hylozoic Veil is an immersive, evolving environment that responds to your presence.
Identity is a tapestry influenced by many different factors and components. No single aspect of our personality ever defines us fully — or does it?
This is your lab — a space for percolating, tinkering, designing, and making. Your brain is humming with thousands of new ideas itching to take shape.
The artificial heart, the television tube, early video games - these are some of the world-changing innovations developed in Utah or by Utahns. Learn more and see artifacts of innovation in this gallery.
The New York Times calls it “Magical and Mythical." Experience real mummies from Asia, Oceania, South America, Europe and ancient Egypt.
This traveling contemporary art exhibition addresses global Issues of Biodiversity, Species Extinction and Human Impact through artwork from around the world and across a wide range of media.
Come out on a limb with the engineers of Otto Bock HealthCare to explore prostheses that come ever closer to the elegant intricacy and powerful versatility of human limbs.
Here the visual world of digital images is broken down into the most basic elements: pixels! Young explorers can mix light, explore patterns, build and arrange “pixel” images with blocks, and enjoy original animations.
Render is your chance to develop any part of the animation spectrum. All you need to do is pull up a chair and start imagining.
The Leonardo is an evolving museum, which means we’re introducing – and saying farewell to – new exhibits all the time. Visit our archive to learn more about the exhibits that have had their time in The Leo sun.