Using utopias as a provocative tool to invent new futures in the internet age, 10 students from UAL will develop five linked, utopian concepts or prototypes for services, products or artefacts that might exist in a not-too-distant future, responding to each research theme of IAM Weekend 17.
An introduction to SOFA Magazine and a Diverse Futures panel where Amani Al-Khatahtbeh and Vanessa Wruble discuss the rise of authentic influencers, on the SOFA, withSOFA.
Do You Speak Human? x SPACE10
Democratising Tomorrow's AI — One day soon, you will talk to your devices the way you talk to your friends. And your devices will talk back. This raises a few questions about the relationship we’d like to establish with our technology. Take part in the survey and have your voice heard.
Micro–Utopias x Form& + IAM
Form& designed an audiovisual experience for IAM Weekend that explores the speed, manner, and ephemerality at which micro-utopias form, coalesce, disperse, and form again.
Can it further unite previously divided ideals through propagation and expansion, resulting in more positive, meaningful, and inclusive conversation? As we feel more of what others are feeling, hear more of what the other is hearing, can we live each other’s stories as they happen? And is my utopia, your dystopia? + Learn more