if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like if you like this you may also like
The real deal
page

Signs of Change Stockholm

“Signs of Change” is a futures speculation toolkit and facilitation process, leveraging public-facing signage as critical artefacts for communities to critically explore the effects of climate disrupted futures and implications of emerging products/systems/services.

Not only does this serve to educate on future literacy but also to visualize and make tangible the consequences of climate disruptions. The nature of the signs being able to pop-up anywhere helps broaden the discourse by engaging different Stockholm-based communities and organizations in jointly imagining and nudging new social norms and behaviors in response to climate disruption. Speculative signs can be encountered throughout the city scape, including but not limited to shop windows of small businesses, public transportation vehicles, and cultural institutions.

In collaboration with Radical Norms, Angelika Seeschaaf-Veres, Daniel Daam-Rossi and Koby Barhad we will explore Signs of Change in Stockholm in 2022 thanks to funding we received from Vinnova, the Swedish State Agency for funding research and development.