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Digital Exhibtion

Sharing Futures

Welcome to the future

In SHARING FUTURES, you can experience three projects created by five graduate students from the Danish Royal Academy of Design. The projects illustrate different aspects of what our lives might look like a decade from now. How will we work? How will we use nature? And what will a future museum be like?

The projects are built on methods developed by Bespoke, a Danish strategic agency working in the field of Futures Design. Over a period of time, the five graduate students have participated in a number of workshops and sessions with Bespoke and Designmuseum Danmark.

The result is a number of wild, beautiful and thought-provoking future scenarios and speculative objects that visualize what might happen a few years from now.

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With ‘Nature Room’ ShuYi and Yuna explore how the healing factor of nature can contribute positively to well-being and mental health in situations, where we are isolated for longer periods of time, for instance during future lockdowns. With the proposal that artificial nature can be utilized as a therapeutic source, they have designed various digital versions of nature scenarios that can be brought into domestic spaces. They have imagined and designed a prototype for a 4D-projector that is able project visuals, sounds and even smells from nature.


In their project ‘Remote Futures’, Lunia and Elena explore how we will work in 2030, if the trend of working remotely will become more and more common. In order to make future scenarios about work culture more tangible and imaginable, they have created four narratives in which personas from 2030 give an account of their work life. The narratives are visually accompanied by speculative artefacts of the future, that connect to the personas’ life and show us how anything from furniture to technology will develop according to our changing work-life needs.


What could future museums look like if they are turned into inclusive spaces that compensate for their colonialist past? In ‘Decolonizing Museums – the Museum as a Crime Scene in 2033’, Rotem explores a future scenario in which a museum has undergone a process of decolonization. The museum space and exhibitions have been reimagining, alongside, traditional museum media, such as maps, posters, catalogues and brochures.