A Space Program
Artist Tom Sachs' Homemade Space Station

A Space Program - Artist Tom Sachs' Homemade Space Station
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Terry

That was... remarkable.

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Susan

Superb, I saw this. It is amazing.

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Minami

I stumbled upon this exhibit while it was in San Francisco a couple of years ago. I was blown away by the detail of Sachs' work, and this film was an excellent way to revisit it! The lunar module is my favorite (I made a much less impressive model of it in the third grade).

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