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  • SMALL PLANET III (Top)

    Pandora Mond

    SMALL PLANET III (Top)

    £450.00

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    Pandora Mond

    SMALL PLANET III (Top)

    £450.00

    Description
    Exoplanet series

    Dimensions
    Framed 50cm x 50cm

    Materials

    Mixed media on Khadi paper

    More about Pandora Mond
    EXOPLANET SERIES

    Pandora’s paintings being shown at Houghton Hall are based on research into Exoplanets, searching for life beyond our solar system. The work for this project emerged from Pandora’s work as the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency in the Astrophysics Department at Exeter University.

    The discovery of these distant planets will potentially revolutionise the way we view our place in the universe, perhaps as significant a discovery as ‘Big Bang’, Darwin’s origin of species or deciphering the human genome. Making something visible and material out of what is inherently invisible is the paradox behind this project: these planets are simply too far away to be seen.

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  • SMALL PLANET II

    Pandora Mond

    SMALL PLANET II

    £450.00

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    Pandora Mond

    SMALL PLANET II

    £450.00

    Description
    Exoplanet series

    Dimensions
    Framed 50cm x 50cm

    Materials

    Mixed media on Khadi paper

    More about Pandora Mond
    EXOPLANET SERIES

    Pandora’s paintings being shown at Houghton Hall are based on research into Exoplanets, searching for life beyond our solar system. The work for this project emerged from Pandora’s work as the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency in the Astrophysics Department at Exeter University.

    The discovery of these distant planets will potentially revolutionise the way we view our place in the universe, perhaps as significant a discovery as ‘Big Bang’, Darwin’s origin of species or deciphering the human genome. Making something visible and material out of what is inherently invisible is the paradox behind this project: these planets are simply too far away to be seen.

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  • SMALL PLANET I

    Pandora Mond

    SMALL PLANET I

    £450.00

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    Pandora Mond

    SMALL PLANET I

    £450.00

    Description
    Exoplanet series

    Dimensions
    Framed 50cm x 50cm

    Materials

    Mixed media on Khadi paper

    More about Pandora Mond
    EXOPLANET SERIES

    Pandora’s paintings being shown at Houghton Hall are based on research into Exoplanets, searching for life beyond our solar system. The work for this project emerged from Pandora’s work as the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency in the Astrophysics Department at Exeter University.

    The discovery of these distant planets will potentially revolutionise the way we view our place in the universe, perhaps as significant a discovery as ‘Big Bang’, Darwin’s origin of species or deciphering the human genome. Making something visible and material out of what is inherently invisible is the paradox behind this project: these planets are simply too far away to be seen.

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  • Exoplanet: World of Seas

    Pandora Mond

    Exoplanet: World of Seas

    £7,000.00

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    Pandora Mond

    Exoplanet: World of Seas

    £7,000.00

    Description
    Exoplanet series

    Dimensions
    152cm ø

    Materials

    Oil on canvas

    More about Pandora Mond
    EXOPLANET SERIES

    Pandora’s paintings being shown at Houghton Hall are based on research into Exoplanets, searching for life beyond our solar system. The work for this project emerged from Pandora’s work as the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency in the Astrophysics Department at Exeter University.

    The discovery of these distant planets will potentially revolutionise the way we view our place in the universe, perhaps as significant a discovery as ‘Big Bang’, Darwin’s origin of species or deciphering the human genome. Making something visible and material out of what is inherently invisible is the paradox behind this project: these planets are simply too far away to be seen.

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  • Exoplanet: Shrouded World

    Pandora Mond

    Exoplanet: Shrouded World

    £7,000.00

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    Pandora Mond

    Exoplanet: Shrouded World

    £7,000.00

    Description
    Exoplanet series

    Dimensions
    152cm ø

    Materials

    Oil on canvas

    More about Pandora Mond
    EXOPLANET SERIES

    Pandora’s paintings being shown at Houghton Hall are based on research into Exoplanets, searching for life beyond our solar system. The work for this project emerged from Pandora’s work as the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency in the Astrophysics Department at Exeter University.

    The discovery of these distant planets will potentially revolutionise the way we view our place in the universe, perhaps as significant a discovery as ‘Big Bang’, Darwin’s origin of species or deciphering the human genome. Making something visible and material out of what is inherently invisible is the paradox behind this project: these planets are simply too far away to be seen.

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  • Exoplanet: Distant Worlds

    Pandora Mond

    Exoplanet: Distant Worlds

    £10,000.00

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    Pandora Mond

    Exoplanet: Distant Worlds

    £10,000.00

    Description
    Exoplanet series

    Dimensions
    152cm ø

    Materials

    Oil on canvas

    More about Pandora Mond
    EXOPLANET SERIES

    Pandora’s paintings being shown at Houghton Hall are based on research into Exoplanets, searching for life beyond our solar system. The work for this project emerged from Pandora’s work as the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency in the Astrophysics Department at Exeter University.

    The discovery of these distant planets will potentially revolutionise the way we view our place in the universe, perhaps as significant a discovery as ‘Big Bang’, Darwin’s origin of species or deciphering the human genome. Making something visible and material out of what is inherently invisible is the paradox behind this project: these planets are simply too far away to be seen.

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    Continue SHopping