During the course of the project, researchers and artists will keep you updated by sharing their ongoing (artistic) research logs.
More-than-Planet: Finding New Planetary Imaginaries and Actions (Zoénie Deng, February 2023)
The exhibition More-than-Planet (July-December 2022) presented five international artists working on critical narratives to reduce the global environmental crisis.
Space Without Rockets (ed. E. Chardronnet, R. La Frenais, UV Editions, August 2022)
The book "Space Without Rockets" adresses the ways in which we could travel away to space, sustainably.
More-than-Planet Expo Booklet (Miha Turšič, July 2022)
This booklet is part of the More-than-Planet Expo at Old Observatory. It includes a curatorial introduction, and a description of the artists and their works.
Green Open Food Evolution, a speculative exploration of algae and the food transition (Pauline Briand, October 2022)
Green Open Food Evolution, the culinary installation conceived by Maya Minder and her collaborators is at the intersection of art, traditional and digital craft, cooking and research.
We Are All On The Periphery (Rob La Frenais, October 2022)
On September 23-24, Global Periphery symposium was exploring the contemporary imaginaries of space through examples of artistic creations from the space sector with voices from multiple continents and locations.
Space art and culture in Brazil: Three years of activities at the National Institute for Space Research (Fabiane M. Borges, September 2022)
Since 2019, Fabiane M. Borges curates a research platform on Art and Space Culture at the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE). On the occasion of the 73d International Astronautical Congress in Paris, she comes back on the last three years of the program.
More-than-Planet: Remote sensing and habitability (Annick Bureaud, August 2022)
Inaugurating an ambitious three-year program, the More-than-Planet exhibition is on view at the Old Observatory of Leiden (Netherlands).