ALE selected as an exhibitor at Przemiany Festival 2017 “Who Owns Space?” held in Warsaw, Poland

2017.08.22 (Tue)

ALE Co., Ltd. (Minato-ku, Tokyo. CEO Lena Okajima. http://star-ale.com/) has been chosen as one of the exhibitors for Przemiany Festival 2017 in Warsaw, Poland. ALE will be exhibiting its artificial shooting star project “Sky Canvas” co-created by ALE and HAKUHODO i-studio Inc.
Przemiany Festival under the slogan “Who will own Space?” focuses on the topic of space exploration in the context of new economic models and technologies that lay the ground for projects such as raw material mining on asteroids and establishing human settlements on Mars. Will technological advancement result in new models of social life? On 14-17 September, the Copernicus Science Centre invites participants from a wide variety of industries to an open debate on society, for which Space is not only about dreams but a reality. (From Przemiany Festival Release)

Event: Przemiany Festival 2017
Hosting organization: Copernicus Science Centre
Exhibition Location: Warsaw, Poland
Period: 14-17 September 2017

URL:http://www.przemianyfestiwal.pl/
Video (Polish only): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inKYkJUZFPM#action=share
Exhibition produced by: ALE and HAKUHODO i-studio Inc. HACKist (with support from HAKUHODO Inc.). ALE created the artificial shooting star pellets and the feeding device. HAKUHODO i-studio Inc.’s (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. President Seiichi Hirabayashi. http://www.i-studio.co.jp/en ) creative laboratory “HACKist” ( http://hackist.jp/ ) team produced the exhibition and its space design and shooting star simulation devices.

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