An invitation to sketch out the landscape of what might exist in the future, inspired by The Compass Rose (1982), a collection of short stories by Ursula K. Le Guin. The goal: to accept the unpredictable, to clear a path into the unknown, and to question once again the value of proof, doubt, accident, and investigation.
How can we invent forms that call up and represent, or that activate and mobilize, so that we can imagine a future and a project for society in common?
2 days & 1 night open to the general public, to discover a constellation of out-of-the-ordinary experiments.
36 hours of international programming, to take the time to think about and participate in scientific, ecological, and civic reflection.
With this event, the Daniel & Nina Carasso Foundation and La Chaire Arts & Sciences create a moment of renewed dialogue among artists, scientists, thinkers, and the general public, with the aim of going beyond the boundaries that exist between experts, specialists, creators, students, and novices, but also of exploring new aesthetic, multi-sensory, and creative experiences.