Ever wondered what the world will be like decades, or even centuries from now? One thing is for sure, the inexorable forces of climate change is going to have an impact on how we live, where we live, and most importantly, what we are going to live for. In a unique exhibition of prototypes that challenge our fondest ideas, CNM students from the Design Fiction module explore the Frontiers of Ecological Interaction, and take you on a journey rarely imagined.
Science fiction-type storyworlds are presented through the creation of interactive, futuristic objects that aim to provoke important discussions on our precarious future.
Learn how CNM students, under the tutelage of Assistant Professor Andrew Quitmeyer, begin to explore today’s technology, and the issues that arise between man’s actions and the natural world, through interactive objects, performances and believable storyworlds.
Come see the exhibition, and tell us what is your own vision of the future…
Date: Saturday, 18 November 2017
Time: 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Venue: Singapore Botanical Gardens, Eco-Garden
More details at: Singapore Botanical Gardens Programmes