wHY’s Rendition of the Ideal Lunar Civilization Featured in Document Journal Magazine
This month’s issue of Document Journal features wHY’s rendition of the ideal lunar civilization.
The goal of the lunar civilization should not be to replicate but to seek new conditions one is unable to find on earth. The new citizens of the lunar habitation are adapting away from terrestrial constraints such as history, prejudices, and gravity. This new lightness of living is a bold exploration from earthly human conditions. Freedom from gravity should liberate us from common gathering. This new place-making for the lunar citizens enables fresh gathering of the body and the mind; a new human place that could only be made by Lunar lightness. Check out the full issue here.