Laurie Anderson: To the Moon

Laurie Anderson is the first and last artist in residence at NASA. An avant-garde electronic musician in the 70s, Laurie received an invitation by NASA in 2003 to create a theatrical piece about space travel. Even though being a space institution, NASA has always had art programs, even as early as Apollo 11. During the… Continue reading Laurie Anderson: To the Moon

Campfires in the sky

I always find the Moon to be a poetic piece in the sky. Its origin and reality is quite an anomaly. As a satellite, it’s a giant. When other satellites are only 0.04% the size of its planet, our Moon’s size is a quarter of the Earth’s. The Moon doesn’t have atmosphere, and one time,… Continue reading Campfires in the sky

Writing for children

"Anyone who writes down to children is simply wasting his time. You have to write up, not down." E.B. White Enter a child’s headspace and you will find a perpetually unfolding space for stories and beauty. Children are driven by wonder and endless curiosities. Yet children’s books rarely capture this spirit. They downsize big ideas—in… Continue reading Writing for children

The women with life-long love affairs with space

We should be thankful we live in an age that appreciates the wisdom of interconnected; the kind of thinking that appreciates the largeness of life and the interconnectedness of things. Astronomers write poems, musicians are inspired by maths, and artists reinterpret physics. The sciences and the arts are merging into one, returning to its essence—nature… Continue reading The women with life-long love affairs with space