More footage from the future

More footage from the future

German Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

New footage from 2038

July 17, 2020
More footage from the future

The atmosphere was wonderful. Seven years ago people were standing in the streets, on the roofs, in the parks, on the balconies, and on the squares. They cheered and sang, they cried with happiness, and danced, because we had finally—almost all humans and non-humans—created a basis for living together.  

Erik Bordelau summed it up back then: 
“For we are always already at stake with each other, partnered all the way down. Inhabitants of the world, earthlings and earthbounds, creatures of all kinds, human and non-human, we are entangled in a series of interlaced trails and creative feedback loops, holding open life for one another. In the world to come, everyone holds pieces of each other’s life, socially and financially. We are entre-preneurs and entre-donneurs, inter-holders and intergivers, networked together to collectively distribute the risks and opportunities of living.”

Today in 2038, we live in an age of a “New Serenity”.

This week’s takeovers:

Last week with:
Jennifer Jacquet & Becca Franks, Mitch Joachim, Pan Hu, Suhail Malik, Caroline Nevejan, Daniel Schönle & Ferdinand Ludwig, Helene Hegemann, Audrey Tang, Joanna Pope, and Tirdad Zolghadr.

This week with:
Blaise Agüera y Arcas, Diana Alvarez-Marin, Mara Balestrini, Francesca Bria, Vera Bühlmann, Vint Cerf, Yona Friedman, Fabrizio Hochschild-Drummond, Ludger Hovestadt, Claudia Kessler, Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou, Cedric Libert, Suhail Malik, Hilary Mason, V. Mitch McEwen, Omoju Miller, Evgeny Morozov, Caroline Nevejan, Joanna Pope, Denis ‘Jaromil’ Roio, Meghan Rolvien, Deane Simpson, Audrey Tang, Iris van der Tuin, Marcus Vesterager, E. Glen Weyl, and Mark Wigley.

See you again next week with more more more.

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