Alice Bucknell is an American artist and writer based in London. She uses speculative fiction to address ideas of technological utopias and the role of architecture in contributing to global inequity and ecological destruction. Her work has been featured at the White Cube, Ars Electronica, the Center for Canadian Architecture, and the MAAT in Lisbon. She is currently a staff writer at Elephant Magazine and the Harvard Design Magazine.
Science meets creativity: Futurologist Matthias Horx in conversation with artist Alice Bucknell (USA/UK) about what can and must come in the future, so that we can live in a reasonably intact, peaceful and just world. Which scenarios seem likely, and who can even afford a future in the light of current developments?