The author, an interdiscipli-nary artist, discusses his creation of art in a microgravity environ-ment as part of the 1998 NASA Student Reduced Gravity Flight Program. He discusses his three-dimensional “drift paintings” which floated in the air along with his body in microgravity. The au-thor posits that the transcendent quality of the creative process can help keep the human spirit alive during long-term space missions.
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