In the past few years FutureEverything has been involved in a number of wide-ranging projects and activities, often merging art, design, communities and digital innovation. Usually we work with art and digital culture to explore, investigate, and respond to contemporary issues and the impact of technology in society and culture.
Through projects such as the recently launched FutureFocus, we are bringing people together to share ideas, connect and collectively imagine better, more considerate futures. We have been working with artists like Helen Knowles on Trickle Down – A New Vertical Sovereignty, exploring value systems and wealth disparity, and Kasia Molga, Scanner and the GROW Observatory on (de)Compositions, inspiring people to consider the importance of soil for our survival. But we have also been working with industry organisations to consider technological challenges and opportunities bringing in different perspectives, such as with our recent E-Waste Makerspace project at Cisco Live!, an interactive makerspace repurposing e-waste and provoking conversations around the circular economy.