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Alien Thinking: The Conceptual Space Art of Jonathon Keats

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Asking Cosmic Questions

Credit: Jonathon Keats courtesy of Jen Dessinger
Experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats spends a lot of time thinking about the Big Questions: What is the nature and purpose of art? How can humanity…Read More »





best understand its place in the universe? Does drinking mineral water infused with bits of Martian meteorite make you an alien?

Over the years, Keats has launched a number of space-art projects to probe these and other vital queries. Here's a look at his space-themed works, from a celestial observatory for microbes to an attempt to goad God into creating more universes.    Less «
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