Future Prototyping Workshop – ArtForFuture-Lab

AFFL_workshop_6 May

Cinematic sci-fi visions of the future are usually dystopias. The ArtForFuture-Lab is developing an international online future museum that interactively and co-creatively takes on the challenges of the 21st century. Due to the complex socio-economic, cultural and ecological issues, strong images and value-based visions are required in order to be able to steer towards positive, sustainable futures.

AFFL uses methods that have been modified from world-building, design-thinking, re-gnosis and future prototyping. Based on an interdisciplinary and scenographically designed online play area, scenes for the year 2050 are developed. Extensively researched archives provide knowledge of already existing solutions as well as dramaturgical inspiration for acting characters and scouted locations. These are based on utopias such as the “Technotransformation World” (relies on solutions through technological progress) and the “New Greening World” (relies on natural life and economic concepts such as bio-economy or a circular society).

We facilitate collaboration between disciplines and communities to create synergy and broaden the scope and impact of ideas. All experts and organizations that care for a socio-ecological transformation are invited. Let us exchange visions on possible and hopeful futures and what could be changed together.

WORKSHOP:
6 May 2021, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm @The Future Living Conference
Tickets: https://thefutureliving.com/conference-2021/

CONCEPT/ FACILITATION:
Nicole Loeser/ Institute for Art and Innovation
Prof. Angelica Böhm/ Filmuniversity Babelsberg

INFO:
This workshop is a collaboration between Filmuniversity Babelsberg and part of the programme of the New Greening edition of the Social Art Award 2021. It is held via Zoom and will be facilitated on the Miro-Board. Password-protected links for participation in the workshop will be sent by email just before the workshop.

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