During NASA's historic Apollo space program era (1963-1972), The astronauts on board were taught and instructed to take photos and document their missions. Most photos, taken with modified Hasselblad cameras, were eventually made available to the public, but they were hard to find and they were low-resolution. In 1999 those photos were re-presented to the public in a form of a new archive containing newly scanned high quality images.
Apollo Reimagined is a a conceptual and abstract body of work (2016-2017), containing superimpositions of "bad quality", blurry, damaged and unreadable photos, in the purpose of offering an alternative representation of space that exists simultaneously and in contrast to the more familiar and known images NASA has chosen to put in the foreground over the years. 

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