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|Genre/Form:||Black and white prints (photographs)
Chromogenic color prints
|Named Person:||David Randolph Scott; Edward Higgins White|
|Material Type:||Graphic, Photograph|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael Light; Ronald E Evans; Richard F Gordon; James B Irwin; James Alton McDivitt; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
|Notes:||In his Full moon project Michael Light constructed a single, imaginary moon mission from the 32,000 photographs made between 1965 and 1972 during the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) 23 Gemini and Apollo crewed space missions. Light scanned and digitally enhanced NASA's color transparency and black and white negative master dupes, and also combined separate images into panoramas.
Versos contain title, signature, edition numbers, names of NASA photographers, mission names and dates, and the credit line: Transparency NASA; digital scan, image processing © 1999 Michael Light.
Photographers of original NASA images include Ronald Evans, Richard Gordon, James Irwin, and James McDivitt.
|Description:||6 photographic prints : direct-digital chromogenic prints, col., b&w, some mounted on foam core ; 123 x 245 cm. and smaller.|
A black and white panorama in two sections, from photographs taken by James Irwin (Apollo 15, 1971), forms the monumental image of David Scott exploring the moon's surface titled: Composite of David Scott seen twice on Haddley Delta Mountain.