We are out of space

Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (8) Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (7) Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (6) Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (5) Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (4) Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (3) Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (2)

‘Outer Space’ –  Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space facilities and took part in cosmonaut training units. Thomas Rusch is documenting this unique artistic project on film and photography under water, on parable flights and other unusual locations.

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We drink coffee

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Dutch lab‘s ‘Gothicism’ is an aesthetically intricate device that uses the cold drip method to produce cups of coffee

We explore

Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (2)Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (3)Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (4)Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (5)Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (6)Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (7)Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space  (8)Thomas Rusch Outer Space Since 2012 Thomas Rusch participates and follows the “outer space” project of Michael Najjar, a Berlin based artist. Together they visited international space

From the series ‘Outer Space’  by photographer Thomas Rusch who since 2012 participates and follows the “outer space” project of Berlin based artist Michael Najjar.

We want to explore

A map of the world made out of recycled computer parts by UK based artist Susan Stockwell A map of the world made out of recycled computer parts by UK based artist Susan Stockwell A map of the world made out of recycled computer parts by UK based artist Susan Stockwell A map of the world made out of recycled computer parts by UK based artist Susan Stockwell A map of the world made out of recycled computer parts by UK based artist Susan Stockwell A map of the world made out of recycled computer parts by UK based artist Susan Stockwell A map of the world made out of recycled computer parts by UK based artist Susan Stockwell

A map of the world made out of recycled computer parts by UK based artist Susan Stockwell

We have a new toy

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‘Venus of Cupertino’ – iPad Docking Station, designed by Scott Eaton

We keep moving

A seemingly floating point cloud above a water pond and consisting of 12,000 translucent spheres marks the heart of the installation art sculpture technology lasers led A seemingly floating point cloud above a water pond and consisting of 12,000 translucent spheres marks the heart of the installation art sculpture technology lasers led A seemingly floating point cloud above a water pond and consisting of 12,000 translucent spheres marks the heart of the installation art sculpture technology lasers led A seemingly floating point cloud above a water pond and consisting of 12,000 translucent spheres marks the heart of the installation art sculpture technology lasers led A seemingly floating point cloud above a water pond and consisting of 12,000 translucent spheres marks the heart of the installation art sculpture technology lasers led

‘Fludic’ – A Sculpture in Motion from WHITEvoid: A seemingly floating point cloud above a water pond and consisting of 12,000 translucent spheres marks the heart of the installation. Due to a complex computer algorithm the spheres are arranged seemingly random within the cloud. At the same time the algorithm observes the positions and projection angles of eight high-speed laser projectors that are being arranged around the artwork. They are sending out beams scanning through the arrangement of the cloud. Generating bright and dim light points, this creates a highly organic and natural distribution of voxels (3D pixels). Emerging lines and shapes finally form graphical compositions without any sweet or blind spots. Keeping the same density and intensity the FLUIDIC graphics enables their viewers to observe and interact with it from every point of view.

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We are spinning

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Stair Trails photographed from the International Spaces Station / Expedition 31 Flight Engineer Don Pettit relayed some information about photographic techniques used to achieve the images: “My star trail images are made by taking a time exposure of about 10 to 15 minutes. However, with modern digital cameras, 30 seconds is about the longest exposure possible, due to electronic detector noise effectively snowing out the image. To achieve the longer exposures I do what many amateur astronomers do. I take multiple 30-second exposures, then ‘stack’ them using imaging software, thus producing the longer exposure.” Find more great images here

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