In 2017 Makoto Azuma attached gigantic balloons to bouquets of flowers, sending them soaring into space. Once the flowers hit -60C, they began to break apart in the outer atmosphere, before falling to Earth like colourful confetti. The photographic documentation is the only evidence of the adventure, capturing the grey area where Earth ends and space begins. Artists are becoming more and more interested in space as a home for art, as well as a canvas, and there are even pieces of art currently orbiting Earth. Read more, via the link in our bio. 📸 AMKK @azumamakoto #exobioticana #flowers #art #arthistory #arthistorynerd #arthistorian #space #spaceart @bbc_culture bbc_culture BBC Culture

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  • In 2017 Makoto Azuma attached gigantic balloons to bouquets of flowers, sending them soaring into space. Once the flowers hit -60C, they began to break apart in the outer atmosphere, before falling to Earth like colourful confetti. The photographic documentation is the only evidence of the adventure, capturing the grey area where Earth ends and space begins. Artists are becoming more and more interested in space as a home for art, as well as a canvas, and there are even pieces of art currently orbiting Earth. Read more, via the link in our bio. 📸 AMKK @azumamakoto #exobioticana #flowers #art #arthistory #arthistorynerd #arthistorian #space #spaceart
    BBC Culture In 2017 Makoto Azuma attached gigantic balloons to bouquets of flowers, sending them soaring into space. Once the flowers hit -60C, they began to break apart in the outer atmosphere, before falling to Earth like colourful confetti. The photographic documentation is the only evidence of the adventure, capturing the grey area where Earth ends and space begins. Artists are becoming more and more interested in space as a home for art, as well as a canvas, and there are even pieces of art currently orbiting Earth. Read more, via the link in our bio. 📸 AMKK @azumamakoto #exobioticana #flowers #art #arthistory #arthistorynerd #arthistorian #space #spaceart

    In 2017 Makoto Azuma attached gigantic balloons to bouquets of flowers, sending them soaring into space. Once the flowers hit -60C, they began to break apart in the outer atmosphere, before falling to Earth like colourful confetti. The photographic documentation is the only evidence of the adventure, capturing the grey area where Earth ends and space begins. Artists are becoming more and more interested in space as a home for art, as well as a canvas, and there are even pieces of art currently orbiting Earth. Read more, via the link in our bio. 📸 AMKK @azumamakoto #exobioticana #flowers #art #arthistory #arthistorynerd #arthistorian #space #spaceart

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