A Dialogue At Eight Kilometers Per Second

A Dialogue At Eight Kilometers Per Second is a series of intimate conversations between the International Space Station and Planet Earth.
In April 2022, The AX-1 mission launched to the ISS, with four space-tourists on board. As part of the 17 days mission, a Public Movement Agent conducted one-on-one meetings with an astronaut, in real time. Within the aperture between the mission control room and the ISS deck, the two performed a reflective encounter, examining the historical and political implications of the human journey to space, aside the emotional and psychological implications it evokes.

A Dialogue At Eight Kilometers Per Second offers a new form of knowledge that can be revealed in this encounter, between space and earth, past and future, science and fiction.

Action Leaders: Dana Yahalomi, Nir Shauloff, Lihi Levy
Public Movement Agents: Nir Shauloff, Esther Peled
Astronaut: Eitan Stibbe
Curator: Udi Edelman, the Center for Digital Art – Holon
Art Project Coordinator: Hadas Gur Arie
Thanks to: Naftali Edri, Prof. Nick Kanas

A Dialogue At Eight Kilometers was made possible thanks to the support of: Rakia Mission, The Ramon Foundation and Israel Lottery Council for Culture and Arts.