It is a companion artwork for this essay, drawing parallels between the journey between Europe and Australia in 1787:
“The course they had followed from England amounted to some 14,000 miles and had taken eight months and a week, of which actual sailing time was six months.”
Jammed into cramped quarters for six months? That’s right on the money for the average time it takes NASA to send a robot to Mars – about six to eight months.
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