From October 15th to October 28th, 2021

Themed fortnight 02Space

While the space race is accelerating, our approach to space exploration needs to be renewed in the light of societal and environmental issues that we face, and to question ourselves about the future of and in space.

Challenges of the Space themed fortnight

Space exploration shifts our understanding of boundaries. Mars exploration projects are proliferating and they are illustrated by numerous scientific breakthroughs. New state and private actors are joining the race, leading to deep transformations in this sector.

Therefore, our approach to space exploration needs to be renewed in the light of societal and environmental issues that we face, and to question ourselves about the future of and in space.

Event programming on the France Pavilion

Lighstpeed Inspiration Day #1: Further away - October 20th, 2021

Space is a source of fascination and dreams. The destination of the great space epics seems constantly pushed further away: Mars has never seemed as close as it does today. Space serves also as a great laboratory for Earth and the various missions of the last years have led to major technological advances that improve our daily lives. 

The France Pavilion and the French Space Agency will showcase the cutting-edge technologies that allows us to live in Space and explore Mars while celebrating the milestones reached thanks to international Space cooperation.  

Program - Lightspeed Inspiration Day, October 20 (PDF, 132.4 Ko)

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Lightspeed Inspiration Day #2: Dreamed odysseys - October 23rd, 2021

Space exploration is made possible and pushed further thanks to the meticulous work of the scientific community, but it is also enriched by the imagination of artists and visionaries.  Fondation Jacques Rougerie encourages boldness and innovation in architectural undertakings as well as artistic creation related to Sea and Space, to bring out the Leonardo da Vinci, Jules Verne, Gustave Eiffel, Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier, Klein… of the 21st Century. It relies on its International Architecture and Art Competitions to raise entrepreneurship, to arouse awareness and foster action of everyone towards a new relationship between humans and their natural environment.

Fondation Jacques Rougerie values ​​the commitment of a young generation eager to meet the major environmental challenges of the century and build the world of tomorrow through a resilient architectural approach and an innovative artistic expression. The France Pavilion and the Fondation Rougerie will present inspiring projects and celebrate artists and designers working to make Space a collective adventure, a dreamed odyssey.  

Program - Lightspeed Inspiration Day, October 23rd (PDF, 182.7 Ko)

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CMA CGM, Sponsor of the Thematic fortnight dedicated to Space 

The CMA CGM Group is today a world leader in transport and logistics, proposing innovative, digitalized and environmentally-friendly solutions. Thanks to its historic core business, maritime transport, its subsidiary CEVA Logistics, and its airfreight division, the Group provides its customers with end-to-end solutions via its maritime, air freight, overland and logistics solutions.

CMA CGM is the Thematic sponsor for the France Pavilion's fortnight dedicated to Space. 

Photo exhibition of the CNES and ESA

Discover French innovative companies

In partnership with Business France, the France Pavilion highlights some solutions developped by French companies regarding Space. 

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Discover French innovative companies

In partnership with Business France, the France Pavilion highlights some solutions developped by French companies regarding Space.

Flying Whales

Kineis

Hemeria

Interstellar Lab

Sodern

Stratobus

Syrlinks

Unseenlabs

The Space thematic seen by the students of the Ecole des Gobelins

The France Pavilion has collaborated with the students of the Bachelor Graphic Motion Designer Apprenticeship (GMDA) of the Gobelins School of the Image. Their artworks allow us to promote the major issues of the Space thematic to the international audience of the Exhibition.

 

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The Space thematic seen by the students of the Ecole des Gobelins

The Space thematic seen by Clément LEROUSSEAU

© Clément LEROUSSEAU

The Space thematic seen by Megi HAFIZI

© Megi HAFIZI
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