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To the Moon and Back and Back again?

To the Moon and Back and Back again?

2022

photograph, dust

Moon Gallery, Nanoracks, Voyager Space

Women give life to this world. The female body fosters new life by giving birth. She is the embodiment of the cycle of life and ensures our survival on this planet.

My choice is to send one of my photographs of a woman to the moon.

A laser will reduce the picture to particles of matter and transform the image into stardust. This process creates the opportunity that it can be inserted into the Moon Gallery’s cube and travel with it to the moon.

Like stardust, she is an essential link in the chain of creation.

Technical information:

Artwork name:

To the Moon and Back and Back again?

Date:

Creator:

2022

Dana LaMonda

Country:

The Netherlands

This work is part of the following collection:

Moon Gallery

photograph, dust

Medium:

Dimensions:

1 x 1 x 1 cm

Sculpture

Genre:

IAAA Art Style:

Launch vehicle / mission:

Antares 230+ / NG-17 Cygnus resupply mission

Host spacecraft / hardware:

International Space Station

COSPAR id

2022-015B

Launch location:

NASA Wallops Flight Facility, Virginia

Launch date:

19 Feb 2022

Orbit / space location:

LEO, International Space Station (ISS)

Return vehicle:

SpaceX Dragon 2

End date:

11 January 2023

Status:

Returned

Client / Agency:

Moon Gallery, Nanoracks, Voyager Space

Artist:

Dana LaMonda

Photographer

The Netherlands

Dana LaMonda

Collection:

Moon Gallery

2022

Moon Gallery

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