The Envisioning weekly Recap is on a brief hiatus. Meanwhile, we would love to invite you to another open session exploring how technology and culture collide to create new dimensions. Join Luma Eldin and myself on May 23 for this live conversation and sharing opportunity. ~MZ
Join our next Tech + Culture session on May 23 at 5pm CET to explore Dimensionality at the intersections of technology and culture.
The T+C series explores the different challenges and opportunities around the intersections of technologies and cultures around the world. Over the past few years our conversations have led us to debating what our relationships with technologies today will mean for us in the future. Often we find ourselves crossing over into different dimensions of meaning and existence to explore these topics. Many of you have also asked for deeper explorations of these dimensions.
On May 23rd we invite you to dive deep with us into other dimensions of cultural realities and discuss:
- How does technology challenge our accepted reality?
- Which other dimensions can we access with technology?
- What does it mean about our experience of death?
Death has been a recurring theme of dimensionality, including the death of practices, experiences, and different ways of life–especially in the context of the ongoing pandemic, which has become its own form of dimensional reality.
Which has us thinking:
- Two years into the pandemic, are we still grieving the life we had before?
- How has tech transformed our experience of reality during this time?
- If our reality was actually a simulation, would that make anything different?
- Is our impending attention on the multiverse our way of negotiating who we might become?
- What are we using technologies to alter or imagine a life with or without?
We hope you'll join us to debate these questions and more:
If you can't make it you can always check out our other Tech + Culture conversations:
We will be on a short hiatus over the (northern hemisphere) summer. Check back in with us in September for more on the rest of our 2022 series, starting with a conversation on Language.
September 12, 2022 5pm CET
Do you have topics you want to discuss in future sessions?
Share your ideas on Slack.