La luna vista di lassù (The Moon seen from above) (1969)
You are in front of an enigmatic artwork. The Moon is depicted as a deserted surface full of craters. It is made with flexible pipes taken from the construction industry and papier-mâché. Looking at the photos of the lunar surface taken in 1968 during the circumnavigation of the Moon, it is possible to discover that its dark side (not visible from the Earth) looks exactly like that. Considering that those photos were released by the media, it is probable that Brajo Fuso gave his personal interpretation of them, as if he wanted to declare the end of human disillusionment towards the satellite.