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SPACE AND THE ARTS > ALL WOMEN CREW
   


All Women Crew
Celebrating Women in Art, Astronautics and Astronomy


a Leonardo/Olats Workshop
March 20 - 21 2020

(by invitation only)

organised by Annick Bureaud
with the contribution of Ewen Chardronnet and Susmita Mohanty

 in partnership with FEMeeting  
avec le soutien //
with the support of
 
 



All Women Crew participated in the exhibition Con(tacto)/ August 15th - September 15th curated by Marta de Menezes at Cultivamos Cultura in Saõ Luis Odemira, Portugal


Information on the participants and their presentation by clicking on their portrait.


Annick Bureaud
Annick Bureaud
Leonardo/Olats Director
Art critic and Curator
  Silvia Casalino
Yulia Akisheva
Cockpit Operations Research Engineer at Alten
Event Manager of SG[France]2020-Our Giant Leap at SGAC
  Hélène Ben Aïm Drieux
Hélène Ben Aïm Drieux
PhD Engineer - Open Innovation Project Manager - CNES
 
Fabiane M. Borges
Fabiane M. Borges
Doctor in Clinic Psychologyst - PUC/SP & Post-phd fellow at PGETE/INPE / Director of Space/Art Platform SACI-E/INPE/Brazil
  Marie-Pier Boucher
Marie-Pier Boucher
Assistant professor of Media Studies at the University of Toronto, Canada
  Kitsou Dubois
Kitsou Dubois
French Choreographer, Dance Researcher, Artistic Director of "Ki Productions "
 
 
Félicie d'Estienne d'Orves
Félicie d'Estienne d'Orves
Artist
  Elizaveta Glukhova
Elizaveta Glukhova
Researcher and media artist
  Ségolène Guinard
Ségolène Guinard
Ph.D Candidate in Philosophy, University Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis
 
Michelle Hanlon
Michelle Hanlon
Associate Director, Air and Space Law Program, University of Mississippi School of Law
  Flis Holland
Flis Holland
Artist, Finnish Academy of Fine Arts
  Dalila Honorato
Dalila Honorato
InArts Lab - Ionian University
 
Adriana Knouf
Adriana Knouf
Artist/Writer/Xenologist; Assistant Professor of Art + Design, Northeastern University
  Minna Långström
Minna Långström
Artist filmmaker, MFA
  Aoife van Linden Tol
Aoife van Linden Tol
Artist, Vice Chair ITACCUS
 
Daniela de Paulis
Daniela de Paulis
Artist, Astronomers Without Borders
  Mirjana Povic
Mirjana Povic
Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute (ESSTI)
Assistant professor and Head of Astronomy and Astrophysics Research and Development Division, Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute, Ethiopia
Associate researcher, Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, Spain Honorary professor, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda
  Neha Satak
Neha Satak
CEO, Astrome Technologies Private Limited
 
     
 
  INTRODUCTION

2019 Apollo 50th anniversary has been the opportunity to dig out from the closets of history all the women that took part in the programme and contributed to the success of the Moon Landing.
2019 is also the year that saw an "all female EVA" (Extra Vehicular Activity) cancelled because there were not enough EVA space suits...suited for women onboard the ISS ...
An "all women crew" still makes the headlines when it would never occur to any journalist's mind to write about an "all men crew aboard the ISS"...
Astronomy is not doing any better that is still hugely male dominated although more and more women are starting breaking the glass ceiling.

Teaming up with the FEMeeting initiated by Marta de Menezes and Dalila Honorato in Portugal in 2018, Leonardo/Olats proposes the 2020 Leonardo Space Art, Science and Culture Workshop focusing on women. FEMeeting's main purpose is to disseminate projects that are being carried out by women in order to contribute (a) to the development of research methodologies in art and science and (b) to the development of collaboration strategies that can increase knowledge sharing and bring communities together.

This workshop does not intend to discuss the "role" of women in astronautics and astronomy nor to try to define what a "feminine approach" to space could be. Rather, totally inline with the FEMeeting, it is to give the floor to women that work in those fields be they artists, scientists, cultural players, ingeniers and in so doing making them visible and, possibly, imagining a more balanced and non patriarcal vision of/for space.


  


The "All Women Crew" 2020 workshop had to be cancelled. We are working to reprogramme it in 2021.

However doing things remotely is rather banal in the space activities. This is why we have decided to produce the series of podcasts as a collective remotely built contribution by all of us to share with all of you.


PROGRAMME


LIST OF ABSTRACTS


PODCASTS


ALL WOMEN CREW ON THE MOON

 

As the participants to the workshop could not meet in Paris, they decided instead to go to the Moon using Daniela de Paulis Visual Moonbounce technology.

Moonbounce image:
Daniela de Paulis (IU0IDY) initiated and developed the Visual Moonbounce technology as an artistic process in 2009, with the technical support of the CAMRAS team (PI9CAM) based at the Dwingeloo radio telescope in The Netherlands. Over the years the technology and methodology she developed has become increasingly popular amongst international radio operators. For the "All Women Crew" project, she has been collaborating with fellow radio operators Daniel Gautschi (HB9Q), Nando Pellegrini (I1NDP) and Mario Armando Natali (I0NAA).

Poster design by Quentin Aurat

 


   



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