Announcing AZIMUTH — an exclusive virtual event on 20-21 December 2020. Join Azimuth on our maiden voyage as we explore art, music, new economics, spaceflight, planetary health, and the metaverse. The event starts on the 20th at 12:30 (GMT+1) and commences on the 21st at 11:00 (GMT+1).
The nearly 24 hour virtual event will feature speakers, panelists, performances, digital art gallery, and native cryptocurrency integration.
AZIMUTH 2020 is an odyssey through the space-time continuum, awakening consciousness and understanding of what it means to be human in the context of the universe. Attendees will be able to enjoy a fully-immersive event spearheaded by experts in ecological living, aerospace engineering, space law, cryptocurrency, legal innovation, inner space, and rational thinking. AZIMUTH brings together artists, thinkers, and builders for a mental expedition across humanity’s relationship with technology and capital.
Talks are interwoven with live music and media, through KOSMOSIS, a space opera that sets the tone for navigating our current acceleration into the future.
Using cutting edge technology, AZIMUTH in collaboration with partners Astrus, present the launch of a digital gallery and multimedia art show, “Hella Feelin It” by Los Angeles visual artist Nuspeed. Walk with us as we glide across this self-reflective retrospective, a decade of work uncovering various transliminal creations illustrating how the self can be the ultimate portal for knowledge and deception.
Among the artists performing at the event is the inimitable electro duo Dopplereffekt, one of the most mysterious, thrilling and consistently challenging acts in electronic music. This will be Dopplereffekt’s first virtual performance since May 2020. The primal Attila Csihar, a Hungarian extreme metal vocalist best known for his vocal work in Norwegian black metal band Mayhem and American drone-doom project Sunn O))) will also be performing in his first virtual event, providing a one-of-a-kind performance taking us to the depths of Saturn.
Admission is $100 yet we are offering free tickets for the entire experience for those who can’t afford a ticket. All attendees will have access to stream the event in full after the event concludes.
We’ve enclosed the Event Schedule and Programme.
The first edition of Azimuth is produced by Space Cooperative Inc., in collaboration with Astrus, Eventivize and many individuals around the globe. For more information or additional materials, please visit our website at www.azimuth.voyage or contact email@example.com
Precise program with performer and speaker time slots will be released on Thursday.
12:30-13:00 (GMT+1) Opening Ceremony
13:00-21:00 (GMT+1) Talks, Panels, Performances
21:00-23:59 (GMT+1) Performances
00:00-10:30 (GMT+1) DJs
10:30-11:00 (GMT+1) Closing Ceremony
- Courtney Alexander
- Suzana Bianco
- Anja Blaj
- Chris Dews
- Rick Dudley
- Robin Hanson
- Abu Qadim Haqq
- Kara Joslyn
- Maly Ly
- Sylvia Makario
- Tom Mansfield
- Andy Milenius
- Maria Mishurenko
- TIeho Mochebelele
- Giulio Prisco
- Sebnem Rusitschka
- Zentai Collective
- The Galactic Federation
- Attila Csihar
- Jenny Sayaka Nono
- Eric Parren
- Erin Olivia Weber
Astrus is a transliminal space constructed to explore ideas beyond the threshold of normal human consciousness. A software system at its core, Astrus serves as a personal wiki and project management tool. The mission of Astrus is to construct actionable perspectives within the nebula of the mind’s creative landscape.
About Space Cooperative
Space Cooperative Inc. is a worker-owned Cooperative Corporation based in California focused on space expansion, crewed by engineers, architects, futurists, artists, and software developers. Space Cooperative’s goal is that in order to change our footprint on Earth and transpire to the planets beyond, an interdisciplinary approach rife with global collaboration is what we need.
Eventivize is a network of developers, designers, and music enthusiasts founded by Ape Unit and CTM Festival that is building a platform for great artists to be recognized and rewarded for their talent at live events. Eventivize was made to redefine the event-ecosystem, putting artists first.
AZIMUTH has been interviewing the artists and speakers involved in this project by asking four questions:
Do you believe in aliens?
What do you think about the Galactic Federation?
Do you think we should expand into space? Or explore it?
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