This is how we walk on the moon

Saturday 28th of July I went to Fremantle to visit my cousin Amy Perejuan-Capone art expedition called “This is how we walk on the moon” which is about her time in Longyearbyen, Svalbard a place that is where the Global Seed vault is, as well as having the largest satellite station in the entire world. You can see from the footage Amy has taken that it is a brutal place and it is not for the faint hearted having months of darkness followed with months of light. Her expedition also is a testimony on climate change and what is happening to our fair planet. It is an amazing thing to see and I am rather proud of my cousin for putting together such a great expedition

It is on at the old customs building in Fremantle till this afternoon 11-5 and is worth a visit to see.

Kitty-Kat xox

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