A New Jersey artist is among those chosen to have his work preserved on the moon

An award-winning artist from New Jersey takes on an opportunity that is out of this world.

Nanette Fleury’s work has been exhibited around the world. And now he will soon go to space.

Fluhr’s art was selected as part of the Lunar Codex – which is essentially a time capsule consisting of a large collection of contemporary art. It will be sent to the moon next year on the moon Griffin.

Fluhr was also named one of the recipients of the Outstanding Female Artist Achievement Award at this year’s Manhattan Arts International “HerStory” exhibition.

News 12 Erik Landskroner sat down with Fluhr to talk about her achievements and the messages they send to women around the world.

Check out the full interview below:

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