The future of humanity transcends the boundaries of Earth and beyond
Curation and exhibition
Curation and exhibition of projects on Earth and beyond
Research, development and deployment
Outreach and Education
Organization of educational programs, conferences, events, and workshops
Expanding the possibility of art on Earth and beyond by linking art, space, life, and science
Space Art DNA Time Capsule
Space Art DNA Time Capsule serves as the Pioneer Plaque of the 21st Century, featuring crowd-sourced drawings created by individuals from around the world. Drawn images represent a visual message to space, reflecting life on Earth and our collective role as Citizens of the Future. This vast collection of drawings is encoded into DNA, nature’s oldest and most resilient storage device. The DNA is encased in a minuscule, lightweight capsule built for spaceflight. Space Art DNA Time Capsule will be launched to Low Earth Orbit aboard a rocket or satellite by 2023. This is our Earth’s record of life to reflect present day and communicate to future generations.
Project Directors: Richelle Gribble, Yoko Shimizu, Elena Soterakis（Beyond Earth)
Collaborators: Sasha Simochina (NASA Jet Propulsion Lab), Yaniv Elrich (MyHeritage), Beth Tuck (Genspace)
Image credit: NASA image library, Art by Don Davis - Pioneer 10
LEAD DATA VISUALIZER, NASA
Space Art Traveling Exhibition
SUPERCOLLIDER - The Beacon Arts Building - Los Angeles, USA
The Beacon Arts Building
2020 Jan 18 – Mar 08
The Nook relaunches in 2020 with a new name—SUPERCOLLIDER— a science inspired platform, presenting A Message to Space, a multimedia exhibition of outer space themed artworks. Demonstrating a diverse and inclusive history and phenomenology of aerospace studies, the exhibition includes the Space Art DNA Time Capsule, an art project for which gallery visitors can create drawings that will then be stored on synthetic DNA and flown to outer space in 2023.
Artworks etched onto satellites, artworks created by astronauts, and art about space by technocurious creators, present the pursuit to understand life on earth and beyond as not so distinct from the artist’s quest to understand life’s meaning.
Featured artists include Richelle Gribble, Nicole Stott (astronaut), Sheila Pinkel, Forest Stearns, Nina Waisman, Memo Akten, Rachelle Reichert, Cara Levine, Yoko Shimizu, Elena Soterakis, Isabel Beavers, Janna Avner, Christina Ondrus, Ben Vance, Robert Simmon, Charles Sommer, James P. Scott, Stan Kazanjian, Jeff Gipe, Tiare Ribeaux, Alan Chin, MoonArk (team), and Beyond Earth (team).
Image Credit: NASA image library, The MoonArk - photo by Dylan Vitone, Planet Labs - satellites photo by Carter Dow and art by Forest Stearns, Sheila Pinkel - Automata: Spaceship
INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE ART FESTIVAL - MATSUDO CITY, JAPAN
In the Matsudo International Science Art Festival, cutting-edge researchers and artists from around the world present their latest works in the special exhibitions, talks, and workshops.
The festival is held in the historic architecture and park in Matsudo City, Japan. The goal of the festival is to build a truly creative city that connects science, art, and nature.
Featured artists and organizations include Ars Electronica Futurelab, University of Tokyo, Chiba University, Beyond Earth, Astushi Tadokoro, Estuko Ichihara, Taiki Watai, and Masako Wakamiya.
Venue: Tojojogaoka Historical Park, Tojo-tei, Shoun-tei
2019 Nov 16 Sat 10:00 – 17:00
2019 Nov 17 Sun 10:00 – 16:00