AR: Who are you? Who are you? - About Virtual Reality, Robots and Critical Thinking
Self-confidence begins with the courage to think for oneself. And the ability to question one's reality. An evening about virtual reality, the threat of the matrix and the question of how we will still be different from robots in the future. With live drum'n'bass, drum performance, acting, light installation and much more.
AR: Nature & Sustainability- How can we live sustainably?
How do we relate to nature? Is there such a thing as natural consumption? Where is the boundary between natural and artificial? Do we need it at all? An evening about the artificiality of nature, indigenous know-how and the question of how we continue to live sustainably. With a live performance with the tuba, smartphone orchestra, inspiration gardens, practical life hacks and much more.
AR: Work Life Space - What Places and Spaces Does the Future Need?
We are spatial beings. We need work spaces, living spaces, open spaces, protective spaces, play spaces. What spaces do we want to give ourselves in the future? An evening about the power of space, the work-life-spaces of the future and the open space in our heads. With: Urban Dance Team 1st cut, musician and performer Mittekill, astrophysicist René Heller, designer Paul van Laar, and many more.
AR: What's the point? - From work, agile mindset to yoga to relax the ego
You can't find meaning, you have to make it yourself. In an overabundance of possibilities, it's a matter of positioning oneself clearly. But to remain flexible. An evening about multidimensional work, self-knowledge as positioning and the necessary break from ego. With live electro-sound, yoga performances, acting, position games and much more.
AR: Forest of the Future - How Green Do We Want to Live?
Myth, green lung, resource, habitat, place of longing. Between wilderness and civilization, the forest leads us back to our roots: How green do we want to live? What do we need from the forest? What does the forest need from us? An interactive evening about wood paths, the invention of sustainability and the forest in the change of values.
AR: PLAN(ET) B. Resources of the future
🍩🔮How much more is less enough?
Are we doomed to be resource-guzzling machines - or is this a fairy tale ready to be rewritten? An interactive philosophy show about the invention of the "rational" homo economicus, the vision of a Donut Economy and the question of what we really need.
AR: SMART CITY/ZENS
🚲Digitalization as lean and fast as a bicycle (Steve Jobs)
Interactive philosophy show about smart algorithms, sexist parrots, the power and powerlessness of big data and the future of smart citizens.