Dutch Design Daily: Gen C: Children of 2050

Publiceerdatum: 26 april, 2022

What does the life of a digitally grown child look like? How do the future children make use of indigenous knowledge and nature? Which realities exist in their metaverse? How do children raised by the whole community affect society? Tetem’s new exhibition, Gen C: Children of 2050 created by artist and designer Bianca Carague, takes the issue of climate change as a starting point and imagines four unique scenarios that could happen as a response. It is a growing installation and is activated through four different bedrooms of four different kids: Non-Fungible Child, Folkfarma Kid, Renaissance Kid & Impact Generation. Discover it in the exhibition and help build the physical and digital worlds of these future children. All ideas and inputs will be used by the artist during the exhibition period to further shape the four bedrooms. From mid-March, part of the exhibition is also growing online and in VR, so that people from all over the world can participate.

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