On June 21st, 2021, during the Summer Solstice and the Strawberry Moon Eclipse, more than 60 art venues around the world broadcast the sky for a full day.
In collaboration with Yoko Ono, the Getty Research Institute and the Feminist Center for Creative Work presented a 24-hour video streaming of the sky. A network of international institutions participated in a live broadcast of the sky which was transmitted to audiences at home.
This event is inspired by Yoko Ono’s second conceptualization of 𝘚𝘬𝘺 𝘛.𝘝. in 1967 for the Lisson Gallery, which she described as “a T.V. just to see the sky. Different channels for different skies, high-up sky, low sky, etc.”
At Getty's invitation, the events of the Hungarian sky were transmitted to the world by the Artpool Art Research Center from Szabolcs Street in Budapest.