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Were you amazed by SpaceX when Elon Musk sent Falcon Rocket to deep space? Were you also frustrated that you couldn’t find the right entry to access and contribute to the mysterious space? Space Founders would like to show you there are easy ways and serious business to interact with space even through your own interests like music, art, visualization, fashion, architecture and many more. During the meetup open to Factory members and non-members, you will hear the stories of how techno music met space tech, what are the exciting projects these artists have been doing with geeky space kids and experts from NASA and International Space Station, how SpaceFounders persuaded ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) – one of the biggest electronic music conference and festival in the world – to become a long-term partner to lead the innovation together. What’s more important, we would love to explore unlimited potentials with you to unveil the unknown space and make it a daily-life topic!



6:00 p.m. – Doors open: Welcome to space world
6:30 p.m. – 7:10 p.m. SpaceFounders: How do we break down the barriers between space and other sectors
7:10 p.m. – 7:20 p.m. Break
7:20 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Discussion: More potentials to reach the outer limits through existing business
8:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Drinking time and go into the gentle night


About the speakers: 

Ke (Isabella) Wang
Ke has been organizing Great Wall Festival for 3 years, a techno festival on the Great Wall of China with techno headliners such as Ben Klock, Nina Kraviz, Chris Liebing, Dixon, Recondite, Carl Craig, Fritz Kalkbrenner and so on. Amazed by space at the same time, she decided to join SpaceFounders trying to combine space and music, which is also one mission of SpaceFounders. To her surprise, despite of Jeff Mills, there are more artists conducting amazing space projects, expanding from pure music to art, design,architecture etc. Let the former-lawyer tell you why she believes space would be the next inspiration in our work and life.


Magni Johannsson
Magni is the co-founder of Disrupt Space. He previously worked at the German Aerospace Center designing the next generation of launch vehicles and space planes with the goal to reduce the cost to access space. He has a bachelor degree in mechanical engineering and a master degree in aerospace engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. He was the co-lead organizer of Europe’s first Startup Weekend Space and a graduate of the International Space University Space Studies Program 2014 – aka Space Mafia.


About SpaceFounders:

After 3 years of organizing global space summits, Disrupt Space is presenting a platform aiming to build a community for those who believe space exploration, exploitation and applications are valuable pursuits, who need a collective voice and growth opportunities inside and outside of space industry.



August 16, 2018

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Lounge, 1st Floor, Factory Mitte


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