A video installation composed of three elements:

—The star gate sequence from 2001: A Space Odyssey, which was originally shot using analogue slit-scan processing, has been subjected to a second round of digital slit-scanning.
—Every instance of the line, “My god, it’s full of stars,” from the soundtrack of 2010: The Year We Make Contact. This sentence, included in the ending of the 2001 book but left out of the film version, is the last phrase uttered by the film’s protagonist.
—Five different telescope views of 2005 YU55, an asteroid that passed less the one lunar distance from the Earth in 2011, and whose orbit will bring it past Earth again in approximately twenty years.

The slit-scanned star gate sequence is projected opposite a five-channel stacked monitor installation of YU55 footage, each channel running its own version of the 2010 soundtrack. The installation misunderstands the shot reverse shot structure of the final sequences from 2001, taking literally a spatial arrangement only implied by standard editing techniques.