Towards sharing common futures
The book explores the role of design as an intellectual, creative and humanistic process within our conflictual everyday realities and highlights the importance of proposing alternative and inclusive educational models leading to the co-creation of future plural societies.
It gathers the ideas, actions and perspectives of heterogeneous profiles, including design studios, thinkers, architects, activists, artists and philosophers, all of them involved in the perspective of more sustainable futures and particularly in the framework of past and present migration.
With contributions by: Anna Bernagozzi, Seloua Luste Boulbina, Alice Peinado, dach&zephir, Marginal Studio, Massimo Santanicchia, Simón Ballen Botero, Lungomare, Foundland Collective, Elizabeth Hale, Matteo Moretti, Talking Hands, Cyrille Hanappe, Fredj Moussa, NOUSS.
This book is a production of the École des Arts Décoratifs de Paris in the framework of the EU Creative Europe 4Cs From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture research project, which aims to explore the potential of culture and creativity as solutions to reflect on, deal with and resolve emerging forms of conflict.