Category Archives: Fellow Utopian Practitioners

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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The Yes Men… and Women

Design to Change Reality.. The Art of Utopia..    

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True or False? v’s Good Design?

Further excerpts from Stephen Duncombes Open Utopia. http://theopenutopia.org/full-text/introduction-open-utopia/ “But criticism has run its political course. What was once a potent weapon against totalitarianism has become an empty ritual, ineffectual at best and self-delusional at worst”. “The idea that there is a … Continue reading

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Relevant viewing/ alternative art forms..

Sam Green’s Utopia in Four Movements:   utopiainfourmovements.com

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Life or Death Situations..

“Between the two poles of the political spectrum, for those in the center who simply hold on to the ideal of democracy, Utopia can also be problematic. Democracy is a system in which ordinary people determine, directly or through representation, the … Continue reading

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Politically we need Utopia..

Excerpts from Stephen Duncombes Open Utopia website.  http://theopenutopia.org/full-text/introduction-open-utopia/ “Utopia offers us a glimpse of an alternative. Utopia, broadly conceived, is an image of a world not yet in existence that is different from and better than the world we inhabit … Continue reading

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http://theopenutopia.org/

http://theopenutopia.org/ Conversation with Stephen Duncombe of NYC University has lead me to this very interesting dedicated website. Stephen has requested I put forward any suggestions for the LOOK section of the site. I have arranged a small folio of my … Continue reading

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