In March, the Ole Rømer Observatory was invaded by alien, creative beings, which were invited by a secret club to join in an intergalactic afternoon of astronomical play.
You could make your own dimension twister, invent new star constellations or decide whether you are siding with aliens or robots and make a mask to fit. Simultaneously, collages made by artists from all over the planet were on show and the place was humming and shivering with an outlandish atmosphere.
Entry was free, but to join in the workshops it did cost you a few Nauts. You could exchange your Danish earthly Crowns into a secret club's Astronauts and Kosmonauts with the cosmic Bank-o-Mat.
The Ole Rømer Observatory in Aarhus, Denmark
Invent your own Star Constellation workshop with Katrina Wiberg
Intergallactic space traveller
A participant is reconfiguring the friendly robot with a push of a button
Change your Danish earthly Crowns into Kosmonauts and Astronauts
Robot vs Alien mask making workshop with me
Super Duper Nova, an exhibition of collages on the theme of "Stars"
Eat me! - shooting star cookies baked by the lovely Sabrina Borg
photographs by a secret club, Nikolaj Knudsen, Sabrina Borg and Line Kristensen