May the Star Wars Exhibition be with you

PUBLISHED: 09:43 31 March 2017 | UPDATED: 09:47 04 April 2017

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The exhbition at the O2 is open now

Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition is now open and live at London’s O2.

Produced by X3 Productions, the exhibition is an event that explores the magic of the Star Wars universe and its characters.

According to George Lucas, creator of Star Wars: “Since Star Wars takes place in a fantasy world, the characters need to be identifiable so that the audience can connect to them. These larger-than-life characters come complete with friends, enemies, values, and beliefs. This exhibition examines how the Star Wars characters are like us, what we may have in common, and what makes up our individual identities.”

In addition to offering an impressive collection of some 200 original objects from the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, STAR WARS Identities is interactive, and character-driven.

As they travel through the Star Wars universe, visitors will rediscover their favorite characters in a whole new light.

Visitors can also develop a better understanding of their own complex identity. And through the magic of multimedia, create their own Star Wars character by combining elements of their identity with those of their favourite fictional characters.

They can later share these unique identities with friends and family via social media.

The exhibition’s scientific content was developed with an advisory committee composed of experts from a variety of scientific fields including psychology, neuropsychology and genetics.

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