release tour 2018
May 18 _ COSMOS conference Berlin
May 24 _ TNW Amsterdam
August 24 _ MONA, Los Angeles
September 31 _ Royal Observatory, London
October 8 _ PYLON, Dresden
Diana Wehmeier _ TNW Amsterdam, 2018
As technology has advanced, so has science fiction, painting more and more realistic portraits of what life in space could look like. Science and Sci-Fi are slowly coming together forming a new reality where the craziest dreams have started to become true. By providing free distribution of artistic content through film, press and exhibitions, artists and cinematographers are promoting innovation by inspiring the scientific community to make fantasy a reality. But which impact does the life as an interplanetary species have on politics, economy, culture and philosophy? So let’s create the best possible future!
Diana Wehmeier is a worldwide coach, speaker, and consultant who helps others live beyond their imagination. As a consultant for the creative art & science community, she supports in matters of: inspiration, innovation, creative-living, creating a brand, (social media) marketing, and the search for positive emotions in our professional and personal lives.
video installation (led )
Europa IMM2028. Icy Moon Mission
installation / 2,20m x 3,30m x 4,36m / mixed media
winner of the art & science prize 2016 (DZWK / Leibniz Association)
Europa, one of Jupiter‘s four major moons, is a celestial body in the solar system with a high potential for extraterrestrial life. Under a 10 km thick icecap, scientists suspected a 100 kilometer-deep ocean, this was concluded by measurements of the external gravitational field of the NASA probe, Galileo, in 1996. In 2033, the private space company STE (SPACE TIME EXPLORATION) succeeded in their sample return Mission EUROPA – IMM2028. These results are presented in the exhibition „The best of all possible worlds“ in the Dresden Technical Collections in the form of photographs, objects, a publication and a documetary.
part of the mixed media installation
EUROPA IMM2028. Icy Moon Mission