Space Week performance
"(Satellites) In Orbit"
6pm-22pm "Sounding Milky Way" - landscape of light and sound in the park of the town hall
7.30pm "Cosmic speed" - in the park of the town hall
7.40pm "Sputnik" - on Veskijärve
7.50pm "On the ring orbit" - Veskijärve, on the volleyball court
8.20pm "Cosmic speed" - in the municipal house park
8.40pm "On the ring orbit" - by Veskijärve, on the volleyball court
Director Ingrid Hamer
Musical design Malle Maltis
Dancers Dance Club Triiniks and Just Dance School (led by Anne Tamm-Kivimets) Lighting design Rene Liivamägi
Four cosmic speeds. So much is needed to reach the galaxy. The first cosmic speed is enough to reach orbit the Earth. The Earth then holds close and does not let it disappear. Triiniks and Kelly Tennosaar and Kirke Kask are moving at a cosmic speed.
"On the ring orbit"
Orbiting Humans and objects in orbit near Earth are in an unweighted state. They are floating, but still moving in a certain direction. Performance led by Just dance school and Anne Kivimets-Tamm.
Sputnik 1 covered about 70 million km, being close to the ground all the time, but still inaccessible. Performers Liis Viira and Just Dance School.
"Sounding Milky Way"
The installation “Sounding Milky Way” invites you to travel to a sound and light trail inspired by the glowing star belt of the night sky.
Sound – Malle Maltis
Light – Rene Liivamägi