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Dieter Krauß und Ulrich Wegenast, Management Board Film- und Medienfestival gGmbH (FMF)

Dieter Krauß, Managing Director, Organisation & Finances, Film- und Medienfestival gGmbH (FMF)

Prof. Ulrich Wegenast, Managing Director, Programme, Film- und Medienfestival gGmbH (FMF)

Prof. Tobias Wallisser

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Charlotte Tamschick

Janina Poesch and Sabine Marinescu

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Jean-Louis Vidière

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Management Board

Dieter Krauß und Ulrich Wegenast, Management Board Film- und Medienfestival gGmbH (FMF)

Dieter Krauß, Managing Director, Organisation & Finances, Film- und Medienfestival gGmbH (FMF)

Prof. Ulrich Wegenast, Managing Director, Programme, Film- und Medienfestival gGmbH (FMF)

Curators

Prof. Tobias Wallisser

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Charlotte Tamschick

Janina Poesch and Sabine Marinescu

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Jean-Louis Vidière

Congress Photos

Photos: Reiner Pfisterer

Panel 1: "Working on the Moon"
Marlies Arnhof: Connecting Earth and Space Architecture
Dieter (FMF), Roman Passarge, Dr. Petra Kiedaisch, Prof. Ulrich Wegenast (FMF), Jean-Louis Vidière Ésèpe, Prof. Tobias Wallisser
Ernst Messerschmidt: Vom All in den Alltag
Panel 1: Knut Göppert, Ernst Messerschmidt, Andreas Hofer, Marlies Arnhof, Dave Lavery, Veit Haug
Panel 3 - Szenografie: Vermessen!
David Claringbold: Sound Futures
Raumwelten Kongress
Nils Fischer: Layers of Reality
Bettina Magistretti: Measuring Freespace
Dave Lavery: Exploring Deep Space
Katharina Louise Rausch & Tibor Hoffmann: Messen & Vermessen
Efren Garcia Grinda & Cristina Diaz Moreno: Speculative Cosmographies
Maria Yablonina: Smaller machines = larger spaces?