My Uto­pia One of the tasks of uto­pia is to show the mal­le­ab­il­ity of the world. Uto­pi­as allow us to see the course of his­tory as some­thing not pre­de­ter­mined. They open up an ima­gin­ary space of pos­sib­il­it­ies, of redesign and recom­pos­i­tion. In this way, the pos­sible bey­ond the actu­al becomes ima­gin­able.

But what could or should anoth­er world look like? Which ele­ments of the old should we integ­rate into the com­pos­i­tion of the new? What should be formed anew? And how would our own life look in a new, bet­ter world? Your par­ti­cip­a­tion con­sists of four simple steps.

Take a portrait photograph of an object from your everyday life that symbolically points a way to a better world - this can be a manufactured object or something from nature.

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What do you associate with this object? In what way does it point to a better world?

The ideas of a better world are as diverse as we humans ourselves. How do you imagine the contours of this world? What would be important for you? What would your own life look like in it?

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