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FINAL PROGRAMME: 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ANTICIPATION, 2019
OSLO SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN (AHO), OSLO, NORWAY
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Wednesday 9 Oct
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PRE-CONFERENCE EVENT
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12:00 - 16:00Design, Futures and Sustainability
Free entry via designBRICS Seminar (limited entry up to 20 people from ANT19 Conference)
From 1200 - 1600
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OPENING of 3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ANTICIPATION (registration required)
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17:00REGISTRATION
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18:00CONFERENCE OPENING
KEYNOTE 1: ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CYNTHIA SELIN
Rewilding anticipation: Foraging futures, forging futures
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18:30-20:00DRINKS AND SNACKS, EXHIBITION OPENING (Venue: AHO) Co-sponsored by designBRICS
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Thursday 10 Oct
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3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ANTICIPATION (registration required)
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08:00-08:30REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS
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08:30-08:45WELCOME: AHO PRO-RECTOR PROF RACHEL TROYE
& PROF ANDREW MORRISON, CONFERENCE CHAIR
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08:45-09:15KEYNOTE 2: PROF SOHAIL INAYATULLAH
Castle surrounded by hungry wolves: a stage theory approach to the future
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09:30-11:00THEME: CARE
Curated Session 1
(max 40 people)
Chair: Hanne Cecilie Geirbo
THEME: DESIGN
Curated Session 2
(max 40 people)
Chair: Charles Danoff
THEME: DESIGN
Paper Session 1
(max 40 people)
Chair: Manuela Celi
THEME: CARE
Paper Session 2
(max 25 people)
Chair: Fabrice Roubelat
THEME: TIME
Paper Session 3
(max 25 people)
Chair: Dagny Stuedahl
THEME: PERFORMANCE
Paper Session 4
(max 25 people)
Chair: Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic
THEME: METHODS
Technique Workshop 1
(max 25 people)
Chair: Erik Øverland
Practice Forum (max 10 people)
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Keri Facer, Ann-Kathrin Peters, John Holmberg, Sanna Barrineau, Laila Mendy and Celine GranjouHow should universities care for the future?Nina Bjørnstad and Cheryl Akner KolerPrototyping futures: How a mindful co-writing method, for short videos, support ideationJomy JosephDesignerly Ways of Futuring: Virtual Reality as a foresight tool for Long Term SustainabilityLéo Coutellec, Sebastian J. Moser and Paul-Loup Weil-DubucEulogy of a non-predictive anticipatory medicineFadia DakkaExploring ‘university rhythms’ as anticipatory practicesSergio Urueña, Hannot Rodríguez and Andoni IbarraEnacting anticipatory heuristics: Socio-epistemic robustness as relational qualityBridgette EngelerBuilding to think – using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® for Causal Layered Analysis
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Zachary ColbertUnbuilt: An incomplete compendium of anticipatory architectural fictionsBruce Tonn and Dorian StiefelInstitutional innovations for meeting obligations to future generationsEven Smith WergelandHindsight and foresight combined: History as a component in scenario buildingLise Amy HansenPerforming diversity in design futures
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Steve Matthewman and Hugh ByrdAnticipating a better city: Redesigning post-quakes ChristchurchNadezhda MikovaAnticipation of low-carbon energy future 2050 in north-west European countriesAnne Marchais-Roubelat and Fabrice RoubelatHistory, time and futures studies. Tensions from geostrategy anticipatory practicesLuis de MirandaEffectual anticipation: Analytical, dialectical and crealectical moments
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11:00-11:30Break with refreshments / Speakers' Corner
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11:30-13:00LOUNGETHEME: DESIGN
Curated Session 3
(max 40 people)
Chair: Elena Formia
THEME: PERFORMANCE
Curated Session 4
(max 40 people)
Chair: Sergio Urueña
THEME: LEARNING
Paper Session 5
(max 25 people)
Chair: Josephine Wangel
THEME: PERFORMANCE
Technique Workshop 2
(max 40 people)
Chair: Christophe Bisson
THEME: CRITIQUE
Paper Session 6
(max 25 people)
Chair: Ted Fuller
THEME: METHODS
Paper Session 7
(max 25 people)
Chair: Daniel Welsh
PhD Forum
(max 10 people)
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Palmyre Pierroux, Rolf Steier, Birgitte Sauge, Anne Qvale, Joran Rudi, Thomas Liu and Ole Petter LarsenVirtual reality architecture exhibitions: Means for experimenting with future objects in anticipation studiesPaul Graham Raven, Johannes Stripple, Graeme McDonald, Alexandra Nikoleris and Peter PelzerFOSSIL / The museum of carbon ruins (an ongoing experiment in the anticipation of decarbonisation)Timofei NestikForesight as a socio-psychological phenomenon: an empirical studyNicolas Balcom Raleigh, Sofi Kurki, Amos Taylor and Markku WileniusIntroducing the futures clinique approach: Examining decision-making for long-range futures of the bioeconomyAntonio FurlanettoAnticipatory risk management as an articulated futures exerciseRocco Scolozzi, Gian Antonio Battistel, Alessandro Gretter, Antonio Furlanetto and Roberto PoliReopening futures of remote, depopulating Alpine areas – the pilot project ALPJOBS
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Hanne Cecilie Geirbo, George Anthony Giannoumis, Laurence Habib and Tulpesh PatelWhat kind of technology competence do we actually need?Renee Albrecht-Mallinger, Siyuan Ma, Wanying Zhu and Sameer TendolkarNotes from the sea, 2218Pernille V. K. Andersen, Anders Horsbøl and Emil Styrbæk MøllerInterprofessional future workshops as a method towards anticipating a future flexible energy system
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Ann Light and Hannah KorsmeyerLearning to anticipate worlds through participatory speculative designPeter JonesCultural-historical anticipation perspectivesBastien KerspernGame design fiction: Bridging mediation through games and design fiction to facilitate anticipation-oriented thinking
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13:00-14:00Lunch
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14:00-14:30KEYNOTE 3: DR. GECI KARURI-SEBINA
African cities, anticipation and disconnect (not quite Wakanda)
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14:30 - 16:00THEME: DESIGN
Curated Session 5
(max 40 people)
Chair: Lise Hansen
THEME: CRITIQUE
Curated Session 6
(max 40 people)
Chair: Pupul Bisht
THEME: METHODS
Technique Workshop 3
(max 40 people)
Chair: Adrian Pop
THEME: CARE
Paper Session 8
(max 25 people)
Chair: Zachary Colbert
THEME: METHODS
Technique Workshop 4
(max 40 people)
Chair: Pedro de Senna
THEME: DESIGN
Paper Session 9
(max 25 people)
Chair: Ole Smørdal
THEME: METHODS
Paper Session 10
(max 25 people)
Chair: Marku Willenius
Open meeting space
(max 10 people)
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Per-Anders Hillgren,
Kristina Lindström,
Michael Strange,
Bo Reimer,
Li Jönsson
Sara Bjärstorp
and Hope Wittmer
Imagining collaborative future-makingJohn O´Reilly,
Jamie Brassett and
Lucy Kimbell
Anticipation, creativity and philosophySanna Ahvenharju and Matti MinkkinenResearching futures consciousnessRichard SandfordCare and hope in lived futures: locating futures through heritageBridgette EngelerMonstrous plots and drunken walks. Designing futures with randomness and risk in mindRenata TyszczukCollective scenarios: Rehearsing, predicting, and speculating on climate futuresGalina LolaThe method “graphic coding of intentions”
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Ilkka Tuomi and Aloisius LouieEthics and choice in anticipatory systemsHåkan EdeholtNew standpoints for new visions : A call for a comprehensive anticipatory design scienceTanja GoljaEducation = Anticipatory system?: (educational) designing as anticipatory learning
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Ted FullerConsidering the role of responsible anticipation in human flourishing and the capacity to aspireMichele Zannoni and Elena FormiaThe value of design approaches in the future of memory. How digital artefacts can improve methodologies and tools for activating collective memories in urban environmentsWilliam KemptonMaking anticipations
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16:00-16:30Break with refreshments / Speakers' Corner
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16:30-18:00THEME: CARE
Dialogue Session 1
(max 40 people)
Chair: Krtistina Lindstrôm
THEME: METHODS
Dialogue Session 2

(max 40 people)
Chair: Per Anders Hilgren
THEME: DESIGN
Paper Session 11
(max 25 people)
Chair: Paul Ravan
THEME: FEELING
Paper Session 12
(max 25 people)
Chair: KerI Facer
THEME: MIXED
New Ideas Session 1

(max 40 people)
Chair: Corbin Raymond
THEME: PERFORMANCE
New Ideas Session 2
(max 25 people)
Chair: Steve Mathewman
THEME: LEARNING
New Ideas Session 3
(max 25 people)
Chair: Renata Tyszczuk
Open meeting space
(max 10 people)
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Laurence Habib, Flavio Mesquita Da Silva, Sergej van Middendorp and Frederick SteierGenerating new futures through collaborative support networks: Reflecting on inclusion, awareness and sustainabilityPeter JonesSystemic futures thinking: A generative dialogueEinar Sneve Martinussen and Ted MatthewsFuture faceting - Exploring multifaceted urban futures through interaction and service-designShira StavAnticipation, hauntology and nostalgia: Israeli novels of the post-Oslo eraBridgette EngelerTowards prospective design: Building a capacity for anticipation in designFerry van de MosselaerCreating opportunity spaces: On the dialectics between performative participation and anticipatory spatial planningMaree ConwayHow contested ideas of the university in the present enable and constrain the emergence of its possible futures
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Monica Di RuvoSomewhere in-between design studies and craft practiceFlaviano Celaschi, Daniele Fanzini and Elena FormiaUrban futures by design. Latent factors in design and technology-driven scenarios for mutating citiesJerneja RebernakPoetics of attunementFabio MillevoiThis house is not a hotel. What if it were?Harriet ParryAffective heritage futures: Community connection and inclusive evolutionAnouk HeltzelReprodutopia. We need to talk about about the future of reproduction
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Linda GroffAnticipating earth crises in Anthropocene age: Future scenarios & a call to actionGitanjali Adlakha-HutcheonFATE – A method designed to anticipate socio-technical evolutionsJohanna Hautamäki and Marika HautalaA game as an anticipatory service design toolYue ZouDesign for feeling the future beyond the human centered zoneHanna-Kaisa PernaaDeliberative AnticipationTanja Hichert Bringing together complexity thinking, sustainability science, inter- & transdisciplinary research methods to re-imagine just African futures & how change happens in our contextsWietse HageSynthetic biology: On the feasibility of anticipating future dynamics in complex systems using technology assessment
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Dagny Stuedahl and Sisse FinkenWhat can design contribute to anticipation studies?
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18:00-18:30PLENARY SESSION
1 - Thematic and strategic discussion
2 - Urgent and long term futures
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Break
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19:00-22:00CONFERENCE DINNER (incl. in registration cost)
Venue: DOGA
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Friday 11 Oct
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08:00-08:45REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS
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08:45-09:15KEYNOTE 4: PROF RIEL MILLER
Futures literacy, anticipatory systems and futures studies: An appeal for disciplinarity
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9:30-11:00THEME: METHODS
Curated Session 7
(max 40 people)
Chair: Roberto Poli

THEME: CRITIQUE
Curated Session 8
(max 40 people)
Chair: Per Koch
THEME: METHODS
Curated Session 9
(max 40 people)
Chair: Ferry van de Mosselaer
THEME: LEARNING
Paper Session 13
(max 25 people)
Chair: Susanne Pratt
THEME: CARE
Paper Session 14
(max 25 people)
Chair: Luis de Miranda
THEME: NETWORK
Paper Session 15
(max 25 people)
Chair: Erik Øverland
Practice Forum (max 10 people)
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Lucy Kimbell, Jamie Brassett, Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic and Daniella JenkinsLive policy studio: Anticipating pension reformUrsula Gobel, Peter Padbury, Maika Sondarjee, Thérèse De GrooteImagining Canada’s future: Creating new synergies with foresight / knowledge co-creation and mobilisation to address global challengesOle Smørdal, Kristian Hoelscher, Kristina Ebbing Wensaas, Susana Lopez-Aparicio and Ida Nilstad Pettersen

Co-constructing city futures: Enabling participation in urban planning processes with ICTsOla Erstad and Kenneth SilsethPathways of anticipation: Futuremaking and the design of social futuresBruce Tonn and Erin RoseAnticipation and human rightsMatti Minkkinen, Laura Pouru and Burkhard AuffermannUnderstanding and managing anticipatory ecosystems: Case Finnish Foresight 2020
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Charles Danoff, Joseph Corneli, Paola Ricaurte Quijano, Charlotte Pierce, Lisa Snow MacDonald and Verena RobertsA fictional peeragogical anticipatory learning explorationCéline GranjouPolitics of climate anticipation - The promises of underground carbonGonzalo IparraguirreSymmetric valuation of past and future in the design of anticipatory agendas
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Danielle WildeTasting the futureChristophe Bisson and David BoirelStrategic early warning system for the French nuclear industry: An hybrid approach for better anticipationGo Yoshizawa, Mineyo Iwase, Nika Ando and Keiichiro TaharaAcademy of the future in practice
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11:00-11:30Break with refreshments / Speakers' Corner
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11:30-13:00THEME: METHODS
Curated Session 10
(max 40 people)
Chair: Lise Hansen
THEME: METHODS
Curated Session 11
(max 40 people)
Chair: X
THEME: NETWORK
Curated Session 12
(max 40 people)
Chair: Richard Sanford
THEME: PERFORMANCE
Curated Session 13
(max 40 people)
Chair: Jamie Brassett
THEME: MIXED
Paper Session 16
(max 25 people)
Chair: Ann Light
THEME: METHODS
Paper Session 17
(max 25 people)
Chair: Daneille Wilde
THEME: PERFORMATIVE
Curated Session 14 (video)
(max 25 people)
Chair: Riel Miller
PhD Forum
(max 10 people)
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Jackeline Lima Farbiarz and Alexandre FarbiarzAnticipation design: Participating in the construction of new social senses for educationLucia Vesnic-Alujevic and Lucy Kimbell FuturGov engagement gameAdrian Pop, Poli Roberto, Wilenius Markku, Caillol Marie-Hélène, Fuller Ted and Miller RielGlobal governance futuresCorbin Raymond, Bruce Snaddon, Alettia Chisin, Monica Di Ruvo, Andrew Morrison and Amanda SteggellRelational ontologies for futurescapingKai ReaverDigital Zoning: On regulating technology through urban planningAdam Vigdor GordonProbing the future: The learning organisation In an age of rapid-prototypingAtousa Poursheikhali, Riel Miller, Reza Dehnavieh, Sara Poursheikhali, Somayeh Noorihekmat and Ali Masoud
Revealing people’s anticipatory systems through action-learning: A Futures Literacy Lab
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Manuela Celi and Chiara ColombiDesign future literacy in the Anthropocene: A matter of awarenessMaryam HeidaripourEmerging collectives and the everyday exercise of future-making
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Tim Fisher, Chris Groves, Seth Oliver, Sietske VeenmanFeeling and rethinking futures: Opening up futures in energy transitionsPupul Bisht
Decolonizing anticipatory practices
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13:00-14:00Lunch
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14:00-15:30LOUNGETHEME: CARE
New Ideas Session 4
(max 40 people)
Chair: Keri Facer
THEME: PERFORMANCE
Curated Session 15
(max 40 people)
Chair: Li Jonsson
THEME: CARE
Curated Session 16
(max 40 people)
Chair: Dagny Stuedahl
THEME: MIXED
Paper Session 18
(max 25 people)
Chair: Bastien Kerspern
THEME: MIXED
Paper Session 19
(max 25 people)
Chair: Marta Struminska-Kutra
THEME: PERFORMANCE
Paper Session 20
(max 25 people)
Chair: Peter Hemmersam
Open meeting space
(max 10 people)
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Daniel Brielmaier, Sarah Pickman, Ro Spankie, Robin Zebrowski, Sarah Canfield, Wendy Sloan, Cathlyn Newell and Anne Sofie KarhioAnticipating dark futuresClaire van Rhyn, Ricardo Dutra Gonçalves, Heather Huggins and Ingvild ØverlandFuture-making in education through social presencing theatre: An awareness-based anticipatory methodologyLaurence Habib, Flavio Mesquita da Silva, Sergej van Middendorp and Frederick SteierCollaborative support networks as generative of new futures: Using world café and other dialogic methods to further inclusion, awareness and sustainabilitySusanne Pratt and Giedre KligyteExperiential futures in transdisciplinary higher education: Feeling futures and making them worth our wantsKatriina SiivonenTraces of human-nature interface as a cultural transformation towards sustainable futuresSanna Ketonen-OksiDiscussing the role of strategic management consultancies in anticipating more socially, environmentally and economically sustainable future(s) - a case study
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Lenneke Kuijer
Using research products to anticipate future everyday life
Renee PerezWe’re wasting time: Harnessing the temporality of commodities to motivate responsible consumptionDaniel Welch and Ulrike EhgartnerImagined Futures of Consumption
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Christopher Pearsell-Ross
Futures Compass: Gaming uncertain futuresBridgette EngelerCapturing uncertainty in material culturePedro De Senna, Irianna Lianaki Dedouli and Epaminondas ChristofilopoulosTheatre arts and futures literacy: Anticipating an approximation
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15:30-16:00Break with refreshments / Speakers' Corner
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16:00-16:30KEYNOTE 5: EINAR SNEVE MARTINUSSEN
Design for a nordic digital shift
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16:30-17:00Plenary Session + announcement of next conference
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17:00-DRINKS AT DANSENS HUS (self-organised)
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