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Space Tech Expo Bremen – Interview with Max Alexander

Join acclaimed photographer “Our fragile space” Max Alexander for a poignant discussion on how visual narratives help convey the wonder of space while underscoring our shared responsibility in this new frontier.

This unique perspective illuminates the bonds between Earth and sky, and the power of visuals to inspire unity, curiosity and care for our fragile world.

Check out Max ‘s work here : http://www.maxalexander.com/

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