We invent the future in the present. We are what we think the future will be. —Gene Youngblood It is an exciting time for a designer to be thinking about futures. Temporality has always been a key part of design because designers devise ways to transform a current situation into some future one. However, in recent years, the intersection of two trajectories has made the use of design to investigate the future even more productive, opening possibilities for new design practices. The first of these trajectories originates in a movement that came to be known as critical and speculative…
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