Spencer Finch

  • MOON DUST (APOLLO 17)

    2009

    This hanging light piece represents precisely the chemical composition of moon dust, that was analyzed on the Apollo 17 mission in 1972. Each light bulb stands for a different atom, the smallest ones represent Oxygen and the large bulbs standing for heavier atoms such as Iron and Chromium.

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I am an artist in a constant quest for inspiration. This blog is dedicated to everything and everyone that makes me challenge my thoughts or just makes me smile.

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art, design, installation

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