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» Alternative Future-Making (about the network and event schedule)
New publication | March 2017
Participants of the New Human symposium were invited to reflect on what it’s like to be human in the Anthropocene epoch. This is the result:
Sverre Raffnsøe further develops the talk given by him at the symposium, outlining the contours of the epoch of the Anthropocene as well as discussing the challenges this epoch presents for the arts.
Susan Kozel explores the relationships between the body, memory practices, and materiality.
Martin Farran-Lee contributes with this six-image series about a world that is getting progressively harder to understand.
Niclas N. Hundahl argues that engineers need to team up with philosophers and cultural scholars to program the algorithms.
Viktoria Kalonaityte: “I am no one’s future. Certainly not yours.”
New researcher network:
“If we don’t want the political visions to be dominated by populist dreams or outdated economical-political models, we need to articulate and debate alternative futures. This is what the Alternative Future-Making network sets out to do, through co-design and participatory processes.”
Video will be posted soon! | Medea Talks
With Harry Giles, Writer and Poet
Video will be posted soon!
With Kirsten Ostherr, Medical Futures Lab
Video is now online!
With Marju Lauristin, on “EU Data Protection Policy in the Digital Environment”
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