Michael Benson works at the intersection of art and science. Artist, writer, filmmaker, book-designer, and exhibitions producer, in the last ten years he has staged a series of increasingly large-scale shows of planetary landscape photography. Benson takes raw data from planetary science archives and processes it, creating large-format landscapes. He edits, composites, mosaics, and then finally optimizes these images, producing seamless photographs of landscapes currently beyond direct human experience. His latest work, Otherworlds: Visions of our Solar System, features an original new hour-long ambient composition by Brian Eno titled Deep Space. His work is shown internationally, including shows at the Natural History Museums in London and Vienna.