MOVEMENT FROM THE DEPTH OF SPACE
Ante Radonić – Astronomy
Ivan Gregov – Diving
Marija Šćekić – Vertical dance
Time: October 7th 2021 / World Space Week
Place: Center for Culture Đakovo
Organization: Association of Technical Culture Đakovo – Astronomy Association Orion
Sponsor: City of Đakovo –Kultura Nova Foundation
The World Space Week Association (WSWA) is the world's largest space-related educational organization, launched by the United Nations and the Peaceful Space Council (COPUOS) and the Office of Extraterrestrial Affairs (UN OOSA). World Space Week is celebrated every year from 4 to 10 October, and national coordinators work throughout the year to assist event organizers and coordinate activities related to the celebration of World Space Week. The World Space Week Association has national coordinators in over 80 countries around the world.
- What connects astronauts in orbit, divers in the depths of the sea, and vertical dancers on the surface of a rock or wall?
- What does a long stay of people in an orbital station and walking on the surface of the moon look like?
- What happens to the human body during each dive?
- What is the psychosomatic experience of the dancer at the moment of reflection from the 100 m high rock?
In the weightless state, the body hovers with ease because all the acceleration forces acting on our body are equal to zero. In weightlessness there is no up and no down. Because we feel extremely light in such an environment, we can move with the least amount of effort, and perhaps the above areas of human action are closest to such an experience.
These are the basic ideas that have been discussed during the Đakovo program with an abundance of photos and videos with interesting and spectacular moments in deep space, whether it is the universe above us, the ocean and sea below us or deep psychosomatic spaces within us.