Author Archives: centralasian

‘The Life’ by Marina Abramovic

Marina Abramovic’s show ‘The Life’, allegedly the world’s first large-scale performance exhibited with the use of mixed reality, was presented at the Serpentine Gallery in London. Read/see more here. Advertisements

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New Summ( )n /website

We have just launched the new version of the Summ()n website, http://www.summon-futures.com (notice also the domain name). Still in a category of the ‘first viable prototypes’ but at least it’s in the open air now and ready to be polished further. … Continue reading

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Good’19 is coming!

Predictions! 2019 will be the year of yet another reunion of the Reach Network! This time it will be in London, on June 27 (read more here). As usual, we will try to organize the GOOD’19 as an interesting conference (or perhaps … Continue reading

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MK on Future Probing: Designing ‘everyday futures’ with TU/e students

{Long time not see, as they say; Summ( )n’s team is busy with a couple of large global – exciting! – projects that take all time and energy. Which is great but doesn’t leave much time for the blog, alas. … Continue reading

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Sensing ‘signals of the future’ during Innovation Safari in Shenzhen

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Overijssel Province Goes Extreme

I wrote about a very interesting project we have developed together with the Trendbureau Overijssel, a future think-tank of the Dutch province called Overijssel. By now we have prepared and conducted the first phase, a pilot session together with the team … Continue reading

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The Future of (Futuring About) Wearable Tech

I was planning to write this text much earlier, soon after I finished my short ‘field report’ about the WoW gathering in Eindhoven. Alas, things started to move a bit slower on this side. Anyway, it is ready now, even … Continue reading

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MK on Future Probing session with the Design Lab of U Twente

Future Probing session at the Design Lab of the University of Twente was one of the examples of Summ()n’s ‘teaching activities’, when we present our tools and methods to students of various universities and schools. In this case it was … Continue reading

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WoW Eindhoven follow-up (now with Tzarina)

I’ve already written here about the Women of Wearables movement, and a very interesting inaugural event of their local chapter that I managed to attend last November (Women of Wearables Eindhoven). The program of this first gathering was excellent and rich (though … Continue reading

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A really interesting project ahead!

We just made a presentation to a very good client, and there is a possibility of a very interesting project! Cool!

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