"If, as the saying goes, 'politics is the art of the possible', it follows that we need arts in order to multiply possibilities." Bruno Latour, 2016

The Plurality University Network (U+) emerges from a belief that, in the face of today’s and tomorrow’s transitions, we will only find ways to act upon our futures by explicitly building on the power of imaginaries. Not in order to write a single grand narrative for the future, but rather to enable the creation and sharing of multiple stories and other imaginary productions, from every cardinal point in our multipolar world.

To this end, U+ intends to be an open, global, diverse collective that detects, connects, and federates people or organizations who mobilize the resources of the imaginary to broaden the scope of thinkable futures: activist artists and sci-fi authors, speculative designers, reflexive utopians, creative futures thinkers, engaged researchers, etc.

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En 2050, à quoi ressemblerait la vie quotidienne dans une France neutre en carbone ? https://t.co/K7EjfbA5xv

How could we start thinking and talking about the future of work when « there is a shallow, often shouty and inauthentic debate on automation that kills creative thinking »? Scenarios is an option, what about fiction and other imaginary productions? https://t.co/0qLx5aZRS5

« L’idée est donc de se doter de la capacité d’explorer le futur à travers d’autres imaginaires, pour mieux envisager d’autres manières de l’aborder. » Laura le Du https://t.co/f7EUdn5F6g via @PluralityU

« Nous ne sauverons pas la planète, c’est elle qui nous sauvera » : les étudiant·es @SMIScPo prolongent la conférence #FutursPluriels « Intelligences animales » par une réflexion intelligente sur le biomimétisme.
https://t.co/y8zrv3vN4A

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Videobooth Featuring. Elliott P. Montgomery

During the Founders’ meeting, we asked participants to answer three quick questions: How do you explain to your friends and family what you do? What part of the Future would you like to change and how? What would you hope to achieve with the Plurality University and how would you…

Videobooth Featuring. Maya Van Leemput

During the Founders’ meeting, we asked participants to answer three quick questions: How do you explain to your friends and family what you do? What part of the Future would you like to change and how? What would you hope to achieve with the Plurality University and how would you…

Videobooth Featuring. Tomo Kihara

During the Founders’ meeting, we asked participants to answer three quick questions: How do you explain to your friends and family what you do? What part of the Future would you like to change and how? What would you hope to achieve with the Plurality University and how would you…

Videobooth Featuring. Dougald Hine

During the Founders’ meeting, we asked participants to answer three quick questions: How do you explain to your friends and family what you do? What part of the Future would you like to change and how? What would you hope to achieve with the Plurality University and how would you…

Videobooth Featuring. Sename Koffi Agbodjinou (FR)

Lors de la rencontre des fondateurs, nous avons demandé aux participants de répondre à trois questions: Comment expliquez-vous à vos amis et à votre famille ce que vous faites? Quelle partie du futur voudriez-vous changer et comment? Qu’espérez-vous réaliser avec l’Université de la Pluralité et comment y contribueriez-vous? During the…

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Nov. 30- Dec. 1: relive the Founders' Meeting

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