Author Archives: Jonas Korn

Future Impacts Contributing to a Collaborative Process at Deutsches Theater Berlin

Suppose the business and financial world collapses in 10 years. Which key events lead to that collapse, what will happen then and above all – what would we have to do now? These and other questions were dealt with at Deutsches Theater Berlin under the direction of Andres Veiel and Jutta Doberstein in a broad participatory format, bringing together volunteer participants and experts. Cornelia Daheim contributed in the plenaries, and conducted workshops with Jonas Korn on the future of work on future perspectives of work and worker’s representation, on cooperation with Leon Krenz. At the last event, participants produced their won video-visions of the workshop.

All contributions and results are collected and used in various formats, leading to a co-created play that will premier in september. In addition to the collection on the website www.welchezukunft.org, some impressions can already be seen in the ARTE film “Fetish Karl Marx”.

What does the future of inclusion in social spaces look like?

Cornelia Daheim and Christian Schoon led a workshop at the conference “Communities become inclusive” by Aktion Mensch. Using a tailored version of the Future Disruptions Game, the participants were enabled to think creatively about the relevant fields, at the intersection of trends and the future of inclusion and communities.

The players created scenarios for the communal social space by throwing the dice, reflected about possible effects and consequences and shared them with the other participants in a short discussion. A documentation (in German) can be found on the Aktion Mensch website.