The sculpture, a 3D model of an astronaut, is being used to celebrate International Astronautical Day, which commemorates the first humans to land on the Moon.
It was made by an artist named Simon Singery, who used a 3-D printer to print a 3d model of a human skull.
“This was a great opportunity to explore my own artistic vision and see what I can do with 3D printing technology,” Singery told the BBC.
“I was able to bring together the most diverse community of artists from all over the world, and to have that in the same venue for a collaboration that was a true collaboration.”
Singery is a British artist who works for The Singery Group.
He’s currently in the process of turning his model into a piece of sculpture.
He hopes that the sculpture will be used to raise funds for charities that fight against climate change.
“To raise funds, I need to raise awareness of climate change, I have to raise money to get people to wear clothes and be aware of it,” Singerys art director Andrew Thomas told Mashable.
“So it’s been really important for me to take this on the road, and really push the envelope, to try and take the idea and take it to the next level.”
The sculpture will appear on the side of the Space Pavilion in New York City, which is where Singery hopes to showcase the sculpture in the coming weeks.
Singery said he was inspired to create the piece after he witnessed a woman’s body in a medical scanner.
“The thing that struck me the most is that it’s so different to me,” he said.
“It’s not an everyday thing.
But it’s not a human being.” “
You’re thinking, well, this is a machine.
But it’s not a human being.”
Singers sculpture will not be on display at the Space Station, though it will be available to rent.
Singers hope that the space will become a hub for other artists who want to bring their art to the space.
The space will also host the International Astronomical Union’s annual symposium, which will feature artists, designers and educators from around the world.
“When you’re looking at this [art], you’re not thinking about what you’re going to do, but what’s happening in the world around you,” Singers said.