Introduction to the Long Term Game project
2022-23Work in progress: Filmed workshop at Scene USF
Studio USF, USF Verftet, Bergen, Nov. 2022
3 hours, 8 representatives from from Fellesforbundet Worker’s Union Dept.5, the government parties AP (Labour) and SP, +AUF
Video: Ben Speck og Runa Halleraker
Lyd: Paal Terje Nygård
Foto: ©Runa Halleraker, ©Ben Speck, ©Jannecke Heien
What goes on in our heads when we have to assess risks farter ahead than the commonly comprehendable 15 years? What kind of impact could visualization in physical 3D and spacial composition have on our ability to think 50-100 years into the future? Which new technologies and energy sources do we think of as solutions to both the climate and biological cricis, and which adjustments in our consumption do we foresee in order to achieve an absolute decoupling?
On Nov. 24th. 2022, 8 representatives from the unions and the Norw. government parties participated in a private discussion and art workshop i physical 3D, focusing on future perspectives on emissions from consumption, and the limited supply of non-renewable resources.
Challenge: How will decoupling of economical growth from the expenditure of non-renewable resources and climate gas emissions be possible - 50 years ahead?
(Absolute and/or relative decoupling)
Curiosity towards the elasticity of our ability to envision, acknowledgement through a moment’s action, and the intersection between elements both meaningful and absurd - may may stand as key words for the initiative. The project seeks out the challenges met in involvement with, and interaction between, individuals with differing points of view. It is about two traditions of visualization and it offers exchange be-tween agents with a thin history of cooperation.