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Noah's Ark

The Eight Great Moral Imperatives

Kybernein Institute presents a new production at

Teater Tribunalen in Stockholm

30 November - 3 December 2017

Kybernein Institute (KI) presents a hybrid cultural format incorporating event, exhibition, and theatre play at the Teater Tribunalen in Stockholm. 

 

The Eight Great Moral Imperatives asks the question: is it possible to build a new social models? The event strives to unravel the relationship between entrepreneurship and alternative forms of governance, social change, environmental and economic sustainability. A forum where to ask questions about how cultural and social models are affected by ideological matrixes of thinking.

The event is centered on The Seasteading Institute project, a real-life case study for extraterritorial and extra-governmental business and living environment, currently in development by a group of scientists and investors based in different parts of the world and headquartered in California, US. Seasteading’s ambitious goal is to provide an ideological answer, and a practical solution, to today´s main concerns: poverty, diseases, war, climate change, nutrition, health.

 

KI's project presents an entrepreneurial reading of this proposition, involving key participants ranging from policy makers, business consultants, creative entrepreneurs to corporate strategists. The particular format of the project, and how the exhibition environment is organized is determined by this combination of creative intelligence and ideological approaches. The public debate is facilitated by the staging of the event at Teater Tribunalen, a political venue in the city center of Stockholm that addresses key features of our contemporary life.

Participants:

”The Necessity of Avoiding Utopias”

 

by Per Johansson

Johansson conduct a PhD in Human ecology, BA in History of science, co-founder of the think tank Infontology, and the web magazine Mooria, podcast producer (with Eric Schüldt), speaker, writer, consultant.

”Design Innovation Models”

 

by Andy Goodman

Goodman graduated in Electronic Engineering, Bangor University; in 2000, following 10 years of study, Andy embarked on a global odyssey of collaborative research, design and industrial development.

This journey afforded him the privilege of engaging in collaborative research and practice with colleagues at some of the world’s leading educational and research institutes and companies.

"I Believe in Entrepreneurship"

by Johan Ingerö

Ingerö is employed by Timbro, a think tank founded by Swedish Enterprise. He is responsible for welfare issues.

Ingerö was former press officer of the Christian Democrats party, and also has a background as leader writer at Svenska Dagbladet, editor of the magazine Neo and communications consultant at Medial Kommunikation. In addition to his work on welfare issues, Johan Ingerö is also a diligent commentator of American politics. 

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