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METEORITE

‘…nobody will go there at night. It’s called the hills of the spirits.’
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‘Well there is a big mark in time, Soutpan, Tswaing. I don’t know how many million people would die if it would happen today but it was 200 000 years ago.’
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‘Obviously if we don't stop protons here, they will carry on travelling’
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Thank you for visiting our virtual exhibition, we are developing the archive further with the final chapter.
Would love for you to attend the complete physical shows when they are possible.
Tommaso and Nic, May 2020, Cape Town.

www.hemelliggaam.com
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HEMELLIGGAAM or THE ATTEMPT TO BE HERE NOW (CHAPTER TWO)
TOMMASO FISCALETTI and NIC GROBLER
Curator Filippo Maggia
Sound compositions Alessandro Gigli
Scientific team Mattia Vaccari, Lucia Marchetti and Michelle Cluver from Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of the Western Cape.
Consultant Davide Chinig

Supported by 
Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Pretoria
National Research Foundation
Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale
Consolato d'Italia a Cape Town

Thanks to
Ray Du Toit / Badhen Lab
INQUIRE
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‘When I was a young girl, we didn’t have telescopes. We had small binoculars mostly because it was after the world war. Today there are so many telescopes - and they are amazing. From this little size from where you could see the moon and the planets to that big one over there where you can see literally everything.’

Jess van Elferen, Shopkeeper, Telescope Shop, Brakpan, Gauteng.

TELESCOPES, TELESCOPE SHOP, BRAKPAN, GAUTENG
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