Unknown, (Advertisement for General Motors '58), 1958, dye-transfer colour photograph
The car of the future in 1958 was able to fly its passengers to other worlds.
Alexandra Exter, Costume model of a Martian Guard for the film "Aelita", c1923, watercolour, cotton, steel, wire and tacks on cardboard
Eduardo Paolozzi, Me from the folio 18 Small Prints, 1973, colour photo-lithograph on card.
� Eduardo Paolozzi,1973/DACS. Licenced by Viscopy, Sydney 2000
David Rose, Space Game, 1970, colour screenprint on paper
David Rose's Space game shows a space eye view of earth with its swirling clouds highlighted, oddly, from the top...; where would the sun be then?
Lost in Space is a world of cosmic shapes, flying cars, strange beings, twinkling stars, astronauts, space monsters, sparkling comets and lunar landscapes. Look how artists have been inspired by space and cosmic forms using paint, photography, jewellery, screenprinting, sculpture, drawing, film and animation to bring their vision to life.
What do you see in the night sky when you look out your window? It makes you think we are so tiny and space is so big.