Several photos taken at the venue during the event (above)
Several pages from our documentation book (below)
Tate Exchange: Beta Utopia
Beta Utopia was a week long event exploring social mobility and citizen-centred innovation at Tate Exchange. We primarily collaborated with Child Rights International Network (CRIN), along with UAL students, staffs and alumni in the Digital Maker Collective to organise various workshops and debates targeted around tackling environmental and societal issues. Our project title was primarily inspired from envisioning a utopian future, free of current global issues, through creative practices.
We hosted three workshops - The Superhero workshop gave participants the power to combat climate change by creating their own superheroes. Initially inspired from the (then upcoming) Fridays For Future and Youth Climate Strike, visitors designed their own banners to raise their voice against various global issues in the Protest Banner Workshop. Lastly, in the Little Inventors workshop, we collaborated with Dominic Wilcox's team to turn children's wonderful imaginations to invention ideas.
In order to document our process, we also designed a publication.