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THE GAME

¨Le Grand Jeu” is the name of a game designed in May-July 2016 by an expert group lead by Federico Bonelli in a 4 days workshop, that took place in Milan 10-14 July 2016 hosted by Macao.

The group includes artists, engineers, design experts and activists.

The idea and the direction of the process came by to help design a situation where some narratives about the future of our society could be told, crafted and eventually discussed in a positive way.

Tha game evolved in more iterations to be a full-fledged tool for analysis in our methodology to assess and narrate new scenarios for concepts like alternative currency, sustainability, and circular economy.

So far this game has been hosted in Amsterdam, in Milan by Macao, in Copenhagen by CIID, and in Venice by SALE DOKS during the opening week of the 2017 Biennale of Art for Dark Matters Games event.

Credits

Idea and concept by Federico Bonelli – Dyne. Co-designer Raffaella Rovida

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

First session of co-design was from 9 july to 14th 2016, in Macao (Milan) also in collaboration with WeMake.cc and SerpicaNaro.

Contact us if you are interested in initiating a “Le Grand Jeu” session about your current worldview.

Can be forked on GitHub 😉

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