Category Archives: Fellow Utopian Practitioners

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A successful Utopian project?

It can be said there are some parallels with my research and product within the outputs of this Dutch collective.. Yet is there something fundamental missing in their desire for change and are they truly empowering the people? Judge for … Continue reading

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Design to change reality

Kelli Anderson, cohort to the Yes Men..  Utopian practice dealing with simliar concepts in practice to my own with very much the same objectives. My intended educational concept mODPOD will be dealing with similar flexibilities in perception yet with emphasis … Continue reading

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Key excerpts from Stephen Duncombes Open Utopia and related papers:

 http://theopenutopia.org/ “Utopia offers us a glimpse of an alternative”. “Utopia is politically necessary even for those who do not desire an alternative society at all”.  “Without a vision of an alternative future, we can only look backwards nostalgically to the … Continue reading

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Marcel Craven, Utopian Practitioner?, Uncatergorized?

… Further transcript also to come… I have arranged an interview with Marcel. I am looking forward to exploring the possibilities therein. Marcel’s work proves intriguing on many levels. What is interesting further more is that during varying conversational exchanges … Continue reading

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Practitioners of the Imaginarium

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Infected Imaginarium

“Through Utopia we are presented with a world wholly formed, like an architect’s model or a designer’s prototype. We experience a sense of radical alterity as we step inside of it and try it on for size. For the time of the … Continue reading

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