Exogenesis is the hypothesis that life originated elsewhere in the universe and later spread to Earth. In August 1996, a team of NASA scientists discovered that a Martian rock found in Antarctica contained evidence of fossilised life. This discovery proved cross-contamination between Mars and Earth but most importantly shed light on how life may have started on Earth and how it may evolve on planets beyond the solar system.
Dipping and diving at the edges of cosmography, like a medieval astronomer with rudimentary knowledge of the universe, A Kila ventures to unfamiliar territories articulating creative hypotheses of life forms beyond our planet
Photographer: Alessandra Kila
Post-Artist: Kate Brown
Post-Artist: Pepe Alram
Concept : Alessandra Kila
Styling Assistant : Francesca Oletti