4. apr.: Optimize the future
Join artists and scientists for an evening of exploration and discussion, where we will debate how to optimize the future!
Thursday April 4, 18:00.
The golden age of the oil economy is coming to an end, while bioeconomy emerges as an alternative for Norway’s economic, social and environmental future. Salmon, cod, microbes, enzymes and other living systems are ‘optimized’ through digital modelling towards innovative market products.
But is such optimization actually optimal? Optimal for whom? What does bioeconomy actually mean? Is it a good alternative?
YOU ARE INVITED TO:
- Create and taste a new national dish for Norway based on your values and ideas for the future
- Try your hand at bioprospecting and experience a proposal for a new National flag
- Explore maps that radically re-imagine Norway and the world
- Participate in a live talk show and join the discussion about Norway’s future bioeconomy.
Free, but limited entrance – please reserve tickets here:
The event will be conducted in English and Norwegian.
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This event is co-presented by Office of Life + Art, TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture, University of Oslo, Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design, University of Bergen and The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology.
Funded by The Research Council of Norway (ReDig project).
Transport by bus, tram or train: Bus No. 25 or 54 > Kjelsås station, Tram No.11/12 > Kjelsås, Train: Jaren or Hakadal > Kjelsås station.