Monthly Archives: March 2010

Living near the future

Just one floor up (and it’s not an April 1st joke 🙂 Advertisements

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Russian Silicon Valley

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Black Swans, now in Moscow

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Black Swans, this time in Moscow

I just came back from Moscow, and wanted to update this blog with many, many stories, about the lectures I read in Russia, on designing possible futures, and their great reception, about the exhibition we opened in Moscow Museum of … Continue reading

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Alternative Avant-Gardes

As a peculiar echo of the conference on the Russian avant-garde in Vanabbe museum, I found in Garage, another Moscow art center, a large duo exhibition of Russian avant-garde, or rather on the current artistic re-interpretations of this phenomenon. There … Continue reading

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Explore Future by Design, II

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Doing future lecturing – in Moscow

Ok, this is not a result of my passionate involvement – it’s merely a reflection of the fact then when one does read a lecture, it is usually somebody else who takes the pictures 🙂 And it was indeed another … Continue reading

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On Art Futurology

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Photobiennale’10 in Moscow

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William Mayo on the future

__________________________________________________________________ William James Mayo was a prominent physician, and a co-founder of the Mayo Clinics in Rochester, Minnesota. He predicts that contagious and infectious diseases will be overcame, and a much more reliable food supply system developed (which is both … Continue reading

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