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This is what the universe looks like in true color

A visual journey of awe-inspiring beauty from planet Earth to the other planets in our Solar System. Michael Benson uses the black-and-white raw frames sent back by spacecraft to create groundbreaking artworks that capture planetary landscapes as they might look if humans could visit them and view them with their own eyes.

Embark on a journey through space with this photographic exhibition by Michael Benson, featuring original music by Brian Eno. Otherworlds explores the beauty of our solar system and demonstrates that the visual legacy of six decades of space exploration constitutes a visually stunning, important chapter in the history of photography.

Raw data provided by the National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA) and European Space Agency (ESA) missions has been painstakingly processed and assembled for public display.

Created by artist, curator and writer Michael Benson, the 77 composite images on display represent a joining together of art and science.

 

 

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