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Art in Space: 'The Last Pictures' by Trevor Paglen (Photos)
By George Pendle. Horror Vacui. Trevor Paglen and the final frontier. George Pendle.
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For nearly five years, artist Trevor Paglen interviewed scientists, artists, anthropologists, and philosophers to consider what such a cultural mark should be. As an artist in residence at MIT, he worked with materials scientists to develop an ultra-archival disc of images, capable of lasting in space for billions of years. In September , the television satellite EchoStar XVI will lift off from Kazakhstan with the archival disc attached to its anti-Earth deck, enter a geostationary orbit, and proceed to broadcast over ten trillion images over its fifteen-year lifetime.
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