Following recent acquisitions from the 21st century, concerning how artists of one of the smaller exo-planets in the galaxies (orbiting the star Sol) were grappling with their then contemporary issues, MOSE has continued research. The Balinger Freight Company has continued bringing interesting items back from the Void, and one of these was a crate containing fragments of old servers. On these were some videos* including this short one –
R U Woke 2 Choke
– Air Pollution became an issue as scientists and then the public realised that the internal combustion engine was poisoning their cities.
*video – a format originating in the 20th century and then went digital in the 21st.
The Balinger Freight Company has delivered a number of cone ‘devices’ to MOSE on a shuttle returning from an area near the red dwarf system that includes the planet X394.
This is a worrying development as these devices have been sold by rogue traders – with the premise that they can detect some of the mysterious poisons that exist in deep space. They have since been tested thoroughly by our bio-security laboratories – and they have reported that the colouring of these objects has merely changed as they reacted to less harmful substances. Beware!
Our newly donated robot R. Molto has been tested for its humanoid critical functions. R Molto is a humaniform type but there seems to be some damage and extensive metal degradation. It was shown this (fully sealed) suspected piece of bio-fauna from EXO159. Its comments were: “An object covered with security film first used in 3326. It has a native tongue that resists codification common to verbal communication and bridges phenomenal and conceptual dimensions”.
Recently found texts hidden among old papers suggest how there may have been a purpose for the numerous clay artefacts found on the planet Nujema. Experts have followed diagrams and produced an idea of how these may have been placed.
Tours of the micro-installation of Room 1 and 2 in MOSE have been appreciated by visitors. Some have taken photographs and others have asked questions that our gallery assistants have been happy to answer.