Wonder: Re-imagining Our Relationship to Space

Tuesday, January 23, noon–1:30 p.m.
The Box at The Ray, 1768 Park Ave.

Cory McAbee’s one-man show, Deep Astronomy and the Romantic Sciences, interrogates our love affair with space. Eliza McNitt’s piece, SPHERES: Songs of Spacetime, ponders the beauty of colliding black holes, Mark Boulos's Elastic Time visits Harvard astronomer Tony Stark, and Johann Lurf’s film, called ?, chronicles images of the night sky taken from film history. Designer David Delgado, of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, will moderate.


Eliza McNitt
Cory McAbee
Johann Lurf
David Delgado
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