Nahum’s oeuvre goes deep into the human experience by challenging our perceptions through unusual perspectives. Navigating between the real and the imaginary, his work produces events that reframe the way we understand the world. He often employs outer space technologies, illusionism, hypnosis and music to guide audiences into otherworldly journeys to raise critical dialogues about the politics of existence. His work has been exhibited internationally and has developed cultural and artistic projects with ESA, NASA, Roscosmos and SpaceX. He is the Founding Director of KOSMICA Institute and Adjunct Faculty member at the International Space University where he lectures about art and creativity in space activities. He was the first artist to be recognised as a Young Space Leader by the International Astronautical Federation and is a current fellow at the Karman Foundation for his contributions to astronautics and space exploration.