Austr-aliensby Lorenzo Barbasetti di Prun
When I was a kid I wanted to be an astronaut but you can't wear eyeglasses. So I decided to explore this planet as if it was another one.
Fortunately, the World is currently witnessing a second space race.
In the present (future) scenario I believe Australia deserves to be investigated a bit more in relation to space exploration. It might actually prove to be more insightful than one might think. It offers me much more than an excuse to talk about the perception of the landscape -whichever we are looking at-, remoteness and food as a key interpretation factor. On the other hand, space travelling is much more than a metaphor for the understanding of our position on this planet and how different cultures have interpreted its different environments...
The full article was published on The Preserve Journal #2.