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Box in the void

Adrian Labaut Hernandez

Box in the void

2022

wood, cast inside a 1x1x1cm concrete cube

1 x 1 x 1 cm

status:

Returned

The proposal is non-visual, it leaves space for other’s imagination, intuition, interpretation. The project consists of a message of unknown content written on wood, cast inside a 1x1x1cm concrete cube.

Voyager Space
Nanoracks LLC
Moon Gallery Foundation

A small homage to conceptual art:

The proposal is non-visual, it leaves space for other’s imagination, intuition, interpretation. The project consists of a message of unknown content written on wood, cast inside a  1x1x1cm concrete cube.

The artist created this work as an homage to art and conceptual art more specifically. Sending an unknown object to a mysterious landscape is -for the artist- a rather exciting experience. The message is not written by himself, and he does not pretend to ever know its content. “Unknowns” are the best entities to imagine new worlds.

Technical information

artist

Adrian Labaut Hernandez

title

Box in the void

date

2022

this work is part of the following collection

Moon Gallery

medium

wood, cast inside a 1x1x1cm concrete cube

dimensions

1 x 1 x 1 cm

genre

Sculpture

IAAA art style

Launch

launch date

19 Feb 2022

launch  vehicle

Antares 230+ / NG-17 Cygnus resupply mission

Orbit

host 

International Space Station

location

LEO, International Space Station (ISS)

launch location

NASA Wallops Flight Facility, Virginia

Return

return date

11 January 2023

return vehicle

SpaceX Dragon 2

status

Returned

launch vehicle COSPAR id

2022-015B

partners

Voyager Space
Nanoracks LLC
Moon Gallery Foundation

Artist

Adrian Labaut Hernandez

architect

Cuba

Collection

Moon Gallery

2022

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