The Hybrid Futures Lab is a collaborative platform that asks questions around techno-digital futures.
As a forum to discuss, interrogate and experiment with ways to respond creatively and critically to the challenges technologies present today, it thrives on building connections, alliances and partnerships.
We work with designers, philosophers, technicians, media theorists, artists, interaction designers, performers, engineers, software developers, coders, hackers, scientists. We are driven by a trans- and post disciplinary ethos, hybridisation, collegiality, and curiosity.
In 2020-21 the Hybrid Futures Lab co-curated the public programme Hybrid Futures during the Digital Innovation Season (Central Saint Martins, October 2020-January 2021) a series of events, talks, workshops and discussions on the theory and practice of techno-digital futures, in partnership with Three.
The public programme Hybrid Futures included a series of talks with leading-edge practitioners and thinkers around the interaction between humans and machines, and the international symposium: Re-Imagining Human-Machine Encounters.