IN EVENT OF MOON DISASTER
“In event of moon disaster.” was the speech that Richard Nixon had prepared if had been necessary to communicate to the world the failure of the expedition of Apollo 11 to the moon. William Safire, New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, was in charge of writing a poignant words to elevate the merits of astronauts.
I use an American newspaper published a day after landing and I hide the news through black ink. I respect small fragments of words or whole words without ink. These free areas reveal the full speech In event of moon disaster.
The three pages of the newspaper comprise a vertical window on the universe, uncovered spaces stars in the dark.