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Pluto

Seattle Art Museum

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1st & University entrance

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1300 1st Avenue

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Neptune

1st Avenue S
Diva Dollz / Dollz & Dames Clothing
624 1st Avenue

Uranus
The London Plane
300 Occidental Avenue S.
Occidental Avenue S

Saturn
Provident Building
569 Occidental Avenue S.

Jupiter
Chris Burden Pro Shop at CenturyLink Field
800 Occidental Avenue S.
Scale Model of the Solar System 1983
Mars
August 2–5, 2018 Open Editions Book Store, Seattle Art Fair
Various locations in Seattle 1000 Occidental Avenue S.

A scale model, both in size and distance, of the solar Earth


Cafe Lounge, Seattle Art Fair
system. The sun (865,000 miles in diameter) is represented
1000 Occidental Avenue S.
by a sphere 13 inches in diameter and 40 inches in circum-
ference. The planets of the solar system, constructed to the Venus
correct scale, are placed at the correct scale distance across Windermere VIP lounge, Seattle Art Fair
the city. The distance from the sun varies from 36 feet for 1000 Occidental Avenue S.
Mercury, the closest planet, to almost a mile away for Pluto, Mercury, Sun
the farthest planet. A09 Gagosian booth, Seattle Art Fair
—Chris Burden 1000 Occidental Avenue S.
Mars
Mars (4,200 miles in diameter) is represented by a sphere
0.063 inches in diameter. Mars is located in the Open Editions
Book Store at the Seattle Art Fair since its distance from the
Sun would vary between a minimum of 160 feet (128 million
miles) and a maximum of 193 feet (154 million miles).

Jupiter
Jupiter (88,770 miles in diameter) is represented by a sphere
1.33 inches in diameter. Jupiter is located in the Pro Shop at
CenturyLink Field, 800 Occidental Avenue S., since its
distance from the Sun would vary between a minimum of
576 feet (460 million miles) and a maximum of 634 feet (506
million miles).

Saturn
Saturn (75,100 miles in diameter) is represented by a sphere
Chris Burden 1.13 inches in diameter. Saturn is located in the Provident
Building, 569 Occidental Avenue S., since its distance from
the Sun would vary between a minimum of 1,047 feet (836
million miles) and a maximum of 1,172 feet (935 million
Sun miles).
The sun (865,000 miles in diameter) is represented by a
sphere 13 inches in diameter. The sun is located in the A09
Uranus
Gagosian booth at the Seattle Art Fair, 1000 Occidental
Uranus (11,470 miles in diameter) is represented by a sphere
Avenue S.
0.17 inches in diameter. Uranus is located in the London Plane,
300 Occidental Avenue S., since its distance from the Sun
would vary between a minimum of 2,126 feet (1,698 million
Mercury
miles) and a maximum of 2,336 feet (1,866 million miles).
Mecury (3,100 miles in diameter) is represented by a sphere
0.05 inches in diameter. Mercury is located on the outside
wall of A09 Gagosian booth at the Seattle Art Fair since its
Neptune
distance from the Sun would vary, due to its elliptical orbit,
Neptune (10,540 miles in diameter) is represented by a
between a minimum of 36 feet (28 million miles) and a
sphere 0.16 inches in diameter. Neptune is located in Diva
maximum of 55 feet (43 million miles).
Dollz, 624 1st Avenue, since its distance from the Sun would
vary between a minimum of 3,465 feet (2,767 million miles)
and a maximum of 3,528 feet (2,817 million miles).
Venus
Venus (7,700 miles in diameter) is represented by a sphere
0.12 inches in diameter. Venus is located at the Windermere
Pluto
VIP lounge at the Seattle Art Fair since its distance from the
Pluto (3,370 miles in diameter) is represented by a sphere
Sun would vary between a minimum of 83.6 feet (66 million
0.05 inches in diameter. Pluto is located in the Seattle Art
miles) and a maximum of 84.8 feet (67 million miles).
Museum, 1300 1st Avenue, since its distance from the Sun
would vary between a minimum of 3,440 feet (2,748 million
miles) and a maximum of 5,720 feet (4,569 million miles).
Earth
Earth (7,900 miles in diameter) is represented by a sphere
0.12 inches in diameter. Earth is located in the Cafe Lounge
If you wish to receive a PDF with detailed information on the work,
at the Seattle Art Fair since its distance from the Sun would please contact us at inquire@gagosian.com.
vary between a minimum of 114 feet (93 million miles) and
a maximum of 118 feet (94 million miles). #BurdenSolarSystem #SeattleArtFair