The Moon Museum is a celebration of our creative capacity and an acknowledgment of the critical role our hands play in enabling us to express ourselves through language, sculpture, image making, and music. The image is arranged as a five hamsa symbols containing numerous artworks and creative artifacts. Interwoven are images of the Apollo 11, 12, 14, 15 and 16 landing sites on the Moon by Hap Griffin. The hamsa symbols contain 93 nano artworks representing the very smallest scale that humans are expressing meaning through art; a collection of 30 abstract figure-ground images by Carnegie Mellon Design students depicting various Earth-Moon relationships, and a collection of images celebrating “the hand” as artistic enabler.
Anna Ursyn, Bjoern Daempfling, Carmargo Rorivaldo, Carol Flaitz, Daniela Caceta, David Derr, David Hylton, Dheeraj Roy, Shruti Gour, Dolores Glover Kaufman, Elena Lucia Constantinescu, Enio Longo, Eva Lewarne, Frances Geesin, Fred Mariello, Galina Strukova, Gilberto Sossella, Han Halewijn, Ioannis Michaloudis, Jack Mason, Jan Schmoranzer, Janis Kirstein, Janko Jelenc, Jean Constant, KD Matheson, Louise Hughes, Maria Chiara Munisso, Phillip Bascom, Pilar Ruiz-Azuara, Renata Spiazzi, Ricardo Tranquilin, Robert Fairfax, Rockie Ssengonzi, Rostislav V. Lapshin, Sheri Neva, Siddartha Pathak, Simona Barison, Simone Battiston, Steven Pollard, Teja Krasek, Teresa Majerus-Bednarz, Ursula Freer, Valerio Voliani, Zilda Maria Matheus, Bjoern Hoffman, Cris Orfescu
CMU abstract Earth-Moon relationship images:
Adriana Garcia, Nigel Alcorn, Aya Demler, Charlie Barber, Marissa Bynoe, Rachel Ciavarella, Mauricio Contreras, David Power, Uriel Eisen, Antonio Ono, Abby Frankola, Emily Hacker, Shannon Impellicceiri, Anu Jayasinghe, Daniel Kaufman, Keith Joseph, Yooyoung Ko, Hunter King, Liana Kong, Yaakov Lyubetsky, Aaron McDaniel, Chanda Patel, Anthony Prats, Zachary Schwemler, Hayden Smith, So-Hee Woo, Solomon Ng, Tim Tobola, Jessica Uphoff, Wanfang Diao