Mono Petra will show six other of his works: Compass, Sacrifice, Sculpture of Language, Wheel, Androgyne, and Death in his first broadcast from the Moon. The artist will not remake previous visualizations of the Moon surface but is creating his very own.
"I want to break free from the status quo of the imposed images and provoke you to dream of a Universe which is not limited in atmospheres. Why should we stay in the technological cage, repeating and retelling that we are lonely in the Cosmos, if we still can send our divine spirit as a message and let it give birth to new 'living souls'?"
Mono Petra chose for his first broadcast a crater named after the great American scientist and occultist Jack Parsons and located at the dark side of the Moon. The artist promises more new broadcasts to follow and a long and entertaining artistic Moon adventure.