September 14-December 1: an international sequence of distributed events, workshops, performances dedicated to alternative futures and the role of arts and design in figuring them and making them happen.
A “chain” interviews of, and by, those who mobilize imaginaries to produce or enable alternative futures.
Share a Fragment from the future and take part in producing a collective repository of visions of what the future might look like, from as many diverse perspectives as possible!
How can arts and fiction help us imagine the futures of work, and explore unusual territories?
On Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, 2018, individuals from around the world came to Paris, France to collectively initiate the Plurality University Network