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   Memories of the Future     The past is an exotic place – that makes it good for considering possible futures. Re-forming the historical in a new way using techniques and technologies of the present, we exploded elements of the 1862 London Exhibition and the 2015 Milan Expo to build a bridge from the past to the future. Everything you see here was a reflection and refraction of past, present and future.  This exhibition, held at Machines Room was curated and designed by Space Program students in collaboration with students from the RCA’s History of Design programme. Looking at the mechanics of international expositions and subverting historic designs, we speculated on the role of human interventions against technology and matter, inviting our audience to become agents likewise.   Space Program  Tutors: Kathrin Milic-Grunwald and Dr Helga Schmid  Memories of the Future,  Machines Room , London, 2015
       
     
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   Memories of the Future     The past is an exotic place – that makes it good for considering possible futures. Re-forming the historical in a new way using techniques and technologies of the present, we exploded elements of the 1862 London Exhibition and the 2015 Milan Expo to build a bridge from the past to the future. Everything you see here was a reflection and refraction of past, present and future.  This exhibition, held at Machines Room was curated and designed by Space Program students in collaboration with students from the RCA’s History of Design programme. Looking at the mechanics of international expositions and subverting historic designs, we speculated on the role of human interventions against technology and matter, inviting our audience to become agents likewise.   Space Program  Tutors: Kathrin Milic-Grunwald and Dr Helga Schmid  Memories of the Future,  Machines Room , London, 2015
       
     

Memories of the Future   The past is an exotic place – that makes it good for considering possible futures. Re-forming the historical in a new way using techniques and technologies of the present, we exploded elements of the 1862 London Exhibition and the 2015 Milan Expo to build a bridge from the past to the future. Everything you see here was a reflection and refraction of past, present and future.

This exhibition, held at Machines Room was curated and designed by Space Program students in collaboration with students from the RCA’s History of Design programme. Looking at the mechanics of international expositions and subverting historic designs, we speculated on the role of human interventions against technology and matter, inviting our audience to become agents likewise.

Space Program Tutors: Kathrin Milic-Grunwald and Dr Helga Schmid

Memories of the Future, Machines Room, London, 2015

7.How long is the Now.1.jpg
       
     
5.Exhibition Guide.5.jpg
       
     
6_IMG_7039_7.jpg
       
     
8.How long is the Now.2.jpg
       
     
Prognosticator 3000.booklet.2.jpg
       
     
Final4.JPG
       
     
11.The Rules of the Game.Action.3.jpg
       
     
Prognosticator 3000_2.detail.1.jpg
       
     
Exhibition Guide.12.jpg
       
     
Umbrellas are Time Vessels.2.jpg