¨Le Grand Jeu”is the name of a game designed in May-July 2016 by an expert group in a 4 days workshop, held in Milan 10-14 July 2016.
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.
The Game has been presented in Venice, side to Biennale of Art 2017, in S.A.L.E. DOKS, a autonomous space, art center, during the event the game has been played in the location of project CASE, a squat in the island of Giudecca with a group of artists, activists and urban sociologists.
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