Space Is the Place, the new exhibition opening at the Hudson River Museum on June 21, invites artists to boldly go into terrain once inhabited by only rocket scientists, engineers, and other eggheads. The final frontier, along with the successes and failures of space programs here on Planet Earth, provides the inspiration for the 17 artists. Among them, you can find Laurie Anderson, NASA’s first artist-in-residence. The resulting paintings, sculptures, photographs, installations, and sound and video art are sure to make you ponder the mysteries of the universe—or go home and watch Star Wars again. Space Is the Place will be on view through September 7.