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Zero-Gravity Space Art | The Process

Artist Eyal Gevar works with NASA to make art that can be made and appreciated in space.

by The Creators Project
01 December 2016, 5:00pm

The Creators Project follows Israeli artist Eyal Gever on his mission to create a sculpture in space.  We see how Gever and his team, in collaboration with a special project team at NASA, explore what it means to be human through zero gravity and 3D computer technology. We get an inside look at the complications the artist and scientists face in selecting an everlasting subject and how to create the actual artwork in space. It's a most ambitious endeavor for mankind. Gever lands on the importance and delight of human laughter and figures out how to make sound sculptures to launch into space. 

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