12 new photos from the Space: the app SPAC3 updates with new images
The interactive mosaic of the Third Paradise of Michelangelo Pistoletto keeps evolving
SPAC3 keeps growing thanks to the amazing shots added by the ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli after more than 40 days in the Space. So far, SPAC3 can rely on dozens photos taken by the ISS, avaiable for users in order to create an incredible artwork.
The new update of the app contains 12 new photographs, two for each theme on which the app invites to reflect: #land (protection of earth), #food (food for all), #water (water and underwater world), #health (good health and wellbeing), #climate (climate change and global warming), #transformation (transformation of society with sustainable production and consumption).
The themes were selected by Michelangelo Pistoletto among the 17 sustainable development goals contained in the United Nations Agenda 2030 with the intent to encourage users to reflect on some of the problems that affect our planet and to involve them actively in suggesting new best practices of sustainable behaviour through the publication of artworks with the hashtag #SPAC3.
The aim is to produce a collective a piece of work that could inspire people to create a sustainable and responsible change in society.