James Webb Space Telescope imagery stars in NYC art exhibit

NEW YORK CITY — Sharing the wonders of the universe through the eyes of the James Webb Space Telescope has been incredibly well received since the first images were released. By adding a third dimension to the imagery, conceptual artist Ashley Zelinskie’s art exhibit “Unfolding the Universe: First Light” delivers a unique view that includes 3D-printed sculptures, holograms, a virtual reality experience and more.

At a preview of the exhibit at ONX Studios in New York City on Oct. 5, Space.com was given an up-close look at these artistic interpretations of the James Webb Space Telescope‘s first targets, and we spoke with Zelinskie about the work that was created with the NASA Webb team as consultants.

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