28. September - 5. October 2016
Through a process of scenario planning based upon futures processes and the current state of the oceans, a model for a small town has been created that has transformed through this development to become an example of what a possible future might be like.
The future is informed by the question of sustainability on all levels, from workers, communities, education and culture to raw materials, ecosystems and climate. This town is blessed with innovative seaweed farmers de-toxing the water with kelp and other seaweed beds, plastic fishers and jellyfish collectors, a small trading harbour visited by the coastal traders and cross Atlantic travellers as well as the best Medusozoa chef on the continent.
The exhibition is part of the RIXC Art Science Festival, taking place in Riga 29 September – 1 October, 2016
Venue: RIXC Gallery, address: 11. novembra krastmala 35, entrance from Minsterejas iela, Riga.
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