Guillermo Aguilar-Huerta presents Vía Láctea

Via Láctea is Part of a Series called “Universal" (Work in Process). The Milky Way Galaxy or just the Milky Way is the spiral galaxy in which the Solar System is found and therefore the Earth. According to the observations, has a mass of 1012 solar masses and is a barred spiral, with an average diameter of about 100,000 light years , they are about 1 trillion km, is estimated to contain between 200 billion and 400 billion stars.
In his installation Vía Láctea or Milky Way, Aguilar-Huerta will simulate the real milky way in our Universe but in his very own personal way with geometric structures made of recycled cardboard, supporting and promoting sustainability.

Nov 16 Open 14h-22h

Fri, 15 Nov, 20.00h
15 Nov 201316 Nov 2013

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