<Hello World! /> My role is to help organizations and individuals to learn about the potentialities of the pluralistic futures. But I am not a Futurist. I despise the hubris of Futures Studies and thus consider non-affiliated fascilitation, curation, and provocation as more important. The division into ingroup and outgroup thinking through an incestious discipline for the sake of advancing power imbalances, might be a typical characteristic of decision-making of our time, but it does not need to remain like that forever.
The transformation and novelties, economic and social fiction, ideas not yet realized, but depending on scale and obstacles, are assumingly within our reach. What does it take to envision, create, and realize better tomorrows in times of chaos, vanishing complexity, contradictions (allegedly), irreversible losses of biodiversity, the illusion of change, weaponized tech, the 6th extinction, the Anthropocene, within the perfect storm of an end-of-our-world-scenario, ahead of wicked problems, existential risks, and gazillion emerging clusterfucks?