In the film “Fireball – Visitors from Darker Worlds” director Werner Herzog features Project Stardust micrometeorites and photos. He commented, “This is not only a new branch of scientific research, but the imaging of micrometeorites is also a new art form.” We are delighted to announce that we have no less than two new exhibitions displaying Project Stardust pictures coming this spring.
“Space Rocks” at Biorama Projekt
One, titled “Space Rocks”, has just opened at Biorama Projekt in Joachimsthal, Germany. We are thrilled to announce that many of our favorite images will be on display at this spectacular exhibition until October 31, 2022. The grand opening was attended by Jan Braly Kihle and his wife, Bitta Kihle, who both enjoyed meeting many budding micrometeorite enthusiasts.
Unfortunately I could not attend the grand opening of “Space Rocks” because I was giving a lecture about stardust at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. However, I will be there for lectures and fun in June and August. See you there?
The second exhibition will be located just outside of Oslo in June. Please stay in touch via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and our website to make sure you won’t miss any event announcements. Sharing our work in person brings us so much joy! We hope you’ll be able to visit one of our exhibitions soon.
If, however you’re not able to make it to any of our exhibitions, please do not worry! Soon you will be able to have stardust on your own walls, too! In the next few weeks we will be revealing our new website, which will include a print shop, featuring museum-quality fine art prints of Project Stardust micrometeorites.
Join our VIP List to get priority access when the new shop goes live!