Hello X is a story laboratory to collectively imagine X, a young woman 50 years into the future. The first season of hello X asks how human impacts on the Arctic ecosystem (think: climate change, pollution, industrial food production) might affect food webs and food culture for X in 2068.
Human reality is shaped through stories. Ice-9 engages people, young and old, in complex problems such as climate change, social exclusion, and biodiversity loss through a growing toolkit of cooperative storytelling games and activities.
Visionary play spaces are safe containers to grow the power of our imaginations and try the impossible. Visionary play immerses participants into a set of real-world problems with diverse stakeholders. Many of our key problems are complex, interconnecting webs of ethical, social, ecological, and economic goals and constraints. Play-based activities help groups experience complex systems from many positions. As a result, participants gain a system-level overview and develop system-level intentions and interventions.
See our laboratory on the future at helloX.me.