3 September 2008


Repeat visitors may have noticed a few changes around here. There's a bit of a spring clean going on.

Firstly, we've realised that, with all the contextual links, it isn't always easy to find the core material - the art from space. So from now on the main links will be in CAPS and all the tangental digressions and cross-referencing won't. And we'll get to work rolling that through older entries.

More noticable is our fabulous new masthead, and other visual tweaks, courtesy of Luke Munn who has generously offered his services to help us through the next few phases of developing this project - watch this space...

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Art from Space is an exploration of art-related phenomena that manifests in interesting ways on Google’s aerial maps. It is also an experiment in curatorial practice; collecting, presenting and contextualising items in ways that users can explore, free of curator-imposed framing and sequencing. This blog is Art from Space’s developmental musings made public, where items are introduced to the project in real time, rather than awaiting the grand unveiling of a completed exhibition. Specific locations of interest are highlighted in CAPS and linked to a map for further exploration. Visit the mother ship HERE.