Cosmologica documents a fictional space exploration mission using the 19th-century printing technique known as cyanotype. The series uses photographs of real-world spaceports, dust clouds, and light to tell the story of an explorer’s journey across the cosmos to a new planet. The artist behind this series has a passion for space but is grounded on Earth with camera in hand. Instead of actually flying to space, Cosmologica is an imaginary mission that contemplates our time and place in the cosmos. The first half of the series centers on the universality of the cosmos as the explorer photographs deep space for...
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