The review Espace(s) was founded in 2004 by the French Space Agency (CNES). Self-defined as a laboratory notebook, Espace(s) aims to gather the art, literary and scientific worlds through the exploration of a theme linked to outer space. The review includes a large iconography and visual contributions by contemporary artists.
Espace(s) is self-defined as a laboratory notebook whose aim is to gather the literary and scientific worlds through the exploration of a theme linked to outer space.
This issue explores the vast regions of lightness with an ensemble of textual and visual contributions by artists, historians, scientifics, and writers.
For its ten-year anniversary, the magazine addresses the fascination and obsession towards the conquest of space. The issue invites Italian authors to discuss the subject of outer space, and artists in residence at the French Space Agency document their projects (Pierre Senges, Charles Pennequin, Jean Lambert-wild, Vannina Maestri, Éric Pessan).
21 texts on the notion of difference in the context of the outer space, the notebooks of the artists and writers in residence at the French Space Agency and an interview with Brazilian artist Eduardo Kac.
This special issue brings together literary narratives on Europe and outer space, written by thirty authors from the European Union. Each short story is published both in original version and French version.