Superflux were commissioned by Policy Lab and Defra Futures to consider the question “How can we transform what the freshwater system looks like, 20 years from now and beyond?”. The result: the first iteration of our studio’s ongoing speculations into the possibility of Ecological AI.
A collection of works blending critical foresight with speculative and experiential design approaches to imagine safer futures
A foresight and speculative design project reimagining regenerative ambient tech futures.
Researching and developing alternate ways of thinking about AI Systems.
‘Trigger Warning’ is a fast-paced journey through a city of memes. Switching between various first-person perspectives, the film embodies the current culture clashes bubbling away beneath the surface of the city.
Stark Choices is an experiential simulation of life in 2030, where certain current projections around the future of work and automation have been realised.
The third event in our ‘Future(s) of Power series: an experiment using the method of sortition for a Citizens Assembly on Algorithmic Power.
We were recently invited by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent to speculate, show evidence, and provoke their conference attendees to anticipate looming challenges and potentialities. We wanted to understand: What challenges might face the humanitarian and development sector in the near future?
We are delighted to be able to share How Will We Work? a new exhibition at the Angewandte Innovation Lab in Vienna. The show has been co-curated by Anab and Gerald Bast, President of the University of Applied Arts Vienna. The exhibition is part of the 2017 Vienna Biennale organised by the MAK which investigates how robots and “work” will shape our futures.