Some of these questions were posed in artistic form as Futured Artworks, including the MEEP Report delivered by our artists-in-residence from the future, and some were developed and proposed in discursive form by presenters. We share some of those here which we believe will resonate far into the future:
What traditional learnings or ways have you implemented into your daily life? If the answer is none, why?
Adnyamathanha/Narungga man, former elite athlete and indigenous leader, Adam Goodes
How can you work at the speed of trust?
Contemporary artist and academic, Baden Pailthorpe,
How can you, in your work, make room for Traditional Elders or custodians at the table, from the beginning?
Palawa-trawlwoolway woman, Professor Angie Abdilla
Speaking to Indigenous futures in the context of historical struggles, how do we learn together and break the cycle?
Curator, Future Cultures, Tony Briggs
How can we propose the exceptionalism of the human species when every day we breathe in the DNA of the non-human world?
Inspired by Helen Pynor’s work, 93% Human
If we might consider our whole body to be a discriminating ear, then how do we listen with our whole body, whether in-person or online?
Curatorial provocation from or Inspired by Ministry for Multiple Futures