ARTIST HIGHLIGHT: Midnite On Mars
Are w going to be hidden underground not to get sunburned or blown by the hyper strong winds? Or is a floating city that we shall all live in? Maybe none! If you ever wondered how life would look like on Mars, once we get there, or maybe first, who is actually going to get there, then we are happy to present you with an answer to your concerns, at least some. There is someone, called Kooper, a synthographic journalist living in Midnite, the first colony on Mars. Let’s get together on a journey to explore the wonders of living on another planet. But before we set out let’s put some music on. Click here. Are you ready? Let’s go!
Time seems to be flying by, and I still feel like a visitor in Midnite. With Mars being a one-way trip, I need to find a way to settle down and call this place home. As I observed the „walk of shame” this morning, I stumbled upon two individuals lost in conversation, completely oblivious to my presence. I managed to capture a candid shot of them.
source: InstagramWandering towards the outskirts of Midnite, where some of the more eccentric residents live. As I explored the area, I came across a peculiar character named Anastasia. She had a puppet rabbit that she used to communicate with others. It was a bit odd, but also intriguing.
It seems everyone here in Midnite has their own unique story, their own way of dealing with the challenges of living on Mars, and their own means of connecting with others.
Drowned myself in a sea of neon and noise at the christening of a new night spot. Libations poured like waterfalls and the disco beats drummed till dawn, the frenzy mirrored in the wild eyes of the martian night owls.
As night embraces the Martian landscape, it’s the lowlights and silhouettes that seize my attention, they draw me in, irrevocably. Snapped this character on my way back – face half-hidden in shadows, mystery in every line of her figure. The intrigue of the night, distilled into one shot.
This is incredible. We are so close to being witnesses to a life that has not happened yet, like we would have found a lost journal, or read dispatches from a distant future. Some viewers asked the author if no ethnicity, no diversity in race, and barely any men is a desired concept? Have the prompts been designed in a way where they elicit uniformity? The artist has not done that on purpose, what is interesting is that the Midjourney answers to their prompts in such way. Some food for thought here. The visuals and descriptions are perfectly crafted and aligned, you can actually feel the air moving, the characters looking at you, there are feelings behind these carefully selected arts. We’re lost, at Mars.