Thursday 6 April 2017
ten years ago we published our first zine and began a journey into science and culture. since then we’ve taken creative types to Iceland and Tenerife in search of natural and scientific wonders, watched the Transit of Venus in Sweden, educated people about green energy over frozen margaritas in a former petrol station, visited CERN in Switzerland and Super K in Japan, held a conference about greening space exploration, explored the history of alcohol in space in Mexico City, published a book about crystals, camped in a concrete utopia in the Arizona desert and partied on an environmental research ship
plus a bunch of other stuff
Book B @
common room & co.
198 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong
opening reception Thursday | April 6 | 6-8pm
open daily 11am – 7pm
super/collider X Book B
To celebrate the launch of a new retrospective book, creative science agency super/collider is pleased to present a two week pop-up shop at Book B, located inside the new mixed use space common room & co. in Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. Join us on Thursday 6 April to pick up a free copy of ten (while stocks last) and browse a selection of publications at the intersection of art and science…
American photographer Valerie Phillips follows the daily life of a space-obsessed teenager in Monika Monster Future First Woman on Mars.
In Echo of the Moon, Luca Francesconi explores lunar magnetism and light through art works.
Printed by Risograph, Worlds in Transit tells the story of super/collider’s 2012 expedition to witness the Transit of Venus with a group of artists, filmmakers and choreographers.
Sourced in Seoul, Space Life is an English and Korean catalogue accompanying the art/science exhibition of the same name.
British artist Andrew Dodds traces all the artefacts left on the Moon during NASA’s Apollo mission in the artful Lost in Space.
Going underground, artist Flora Parrott explores a mysterious set of caves in Brazil in Fixed Position.
A series of postcards and publications packaged inside a manila envelope, 83 Grams is a unique art project by Anne Earhard.