2030 is a commission by Collusion to create an installation that explores technology and the year 2030. The installation will be presented alongside four other artists in Cambridge 2019.
Through collaboration with researchers, technology developers, and young people both local to Cambridge and from across the globe, we will create an immersive, interactive installation, set in 2030. This will explore the exciting possibilities and potential impacts of AI as this reaches a mass market.
With the advent of AI, one of the greatest challenges that humanity faces is how to harness its power to benefit the whole of society. This project is an empathic response to the U.N.’s appeal to “leave no-one behind” enshrined in the Sustainability Development Goals 2015-2030.
Mood boards and initial inspiration from our designer Luke W Robson
Commissioned by Collusion who are partnering on the project with Cambridge Consultants, ARM, Leverhulme Centre for Future Intelligence and Anglia Ruskin University
Design by Luke W Robson
Research co-ordinated by Tessa Roberts at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Kenyan interviews by Liz Gunstone
Nepal interviews co-ordinated by Danielle Munzela
Thanks to Junction Youth Group and Activate in Cambridge