2050. A Brief History of the Future

2050. A Brief History of the Future

If you master 3D printing and can already imagine your fetish object of the year 2050.. Send us your original creation and see it featured in our futuristic cabinet of curiosities!

Linked to this innovative cabaret of curiosities is the exhibition "2050. A Brief History of the Future", a tad crazy project proposed by the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. You will discover masterworks of contemporary art and their major societal themes but above all you will be asked to reflect on your future with the horizon of 2050 in sight. The Louvre Museum in Paris is simultaneously organising an independent but complementary exhibition, analysing our Human past.
More information: www.expo-2050.be

3D printing plays a vital role in this project. In an artistic way with the multiple with the multiple reproduction of a prehistoric figurine but also for instance in a medical way thanks to a 3D prosthetic hand.

But
what does 3D technology mean to you? How would you complete this collection? Help us expand our futuristic cabinet of curiosities!

Requirements to participate:
     - Inspired by one of the following 4 themes:
          ° Medical
          ° Ecological
          ° Humanitarian
          ° Utopian
     - Project delivery deadline: August 3, 2015


The exhibition curators will make their selection by August 9 and will inform the selected candidates of their decision as soon as possible.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING, PLEASE FILL IN THIS FORM AND SEND IT BACK TO expo2050@trideus.be.

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