New York, New York (PressExposure) August 14, 2006 -- (2006-08-14) VANNA BONTA, poetic creator of the navel-less AIRA FLIGHT, recently made an appearance on a panel of experts discussing sex in outer space. Bonta's 2suit garment designed for intimacy in the weightlessness of outer space environments sparked a wildfire of imaginations worldwide.
"Sex in space is not just a good idea, it's survival," Bonta said.
Requests for interviews with the poet who refuses titles and avoids press were declined but a spokesperson issued a statement that said simply the FLIGHT author VANNA BONTA has kissed in zero gravity.
The adventurous writer and sometimes actress is dedicated to various talents and speaks several languages, "including music" fan sites state.
Bonta's techno-trance music video "What Goes Up" tributes aviation and contemplates humanity moving out into the universe. It opens with a wild man as the first human who ever noticed the moon was a place in space and reached for it. Three fast minutes of electronica and acoustic fusion rock through Leonardo da Vinci's study of birds, the first flying machines, the first moment of successful human flight, to human moon landing and beyond. "From the dream to the means," Bonta tags.
The musical short, called a "trance-fusion of history," premiered in 2005 at the World Space Party (Yuri's Night) a synchronized global party that takes place every April 12 on all continents. The date marks the first human into space, Yuri Gagarin, who saw Earth from out there and said it was blue.