Confront the pandemic with design.
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned life as we know it upside-down and outside-in. What will we make of our FUTURE LIFE?
Express the pandemic with art.
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned life as we know it upside-down and outside-in. What will we make of our FUTURE LIFE?
Transform the pandemic with technology.
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned life as we know it upside-down and outside-in. What will we make of our FUTURE LIFE?

FUTURE LIFE is featuring art, design and technology in response to the current pandemic.

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Peer Advisors

An international panel of peers will curate an exhibition online, which will include people’s choice voting, an exhibition at FICTION Space NYC, and a publication.
Momoko Tomitsuka
Design & Tech
Satoshi Nakagawa
Design & Tech
Caroline Baumann
Design
Ilene Shaw
Design
Peter Yeadon
Design
Tucker Viemeister
Design
Akinyemi Fapohunda
Design
Inthaphan Buakeow
Design
Singh Intrachooto
Design
David Benjamin
Design & Tech
Doris Sung
Design & Tech
Hellyn Teng
Design & Tech
Yuchen Zhang
Design & Tech
Kulthida Teachavorasinskun
Design & Tech
Andre Feliciano
Art
Kenji Tokumitsu
Art
Lindsay Smilow
Art
Naoko Maeda
Art
Tetsuji Shibayama
Art
Bastian Schaefer
Tech
Eiichi Izumi
Tech
Hitoshi Hirata
Tech
Jonathan Colby
Tech
Santi Srivicharnkul
Tech
Shinichi Warisawa
Tech
Masaya Yamashita
Tech
Yasushi Kobayashi
Tech

What is FUTURE LIFE?

A message from the peer advisors.
Submission Information
Join a global community of makers and creators imagining our FUTURE LIFE.
  • Submissions can be design, art or technology inspired by the current moment or old work that has become relevant.
  • This will be an archive of the creative community’s response to COVID-19.
  • All entries must be related to the theme FUTURE LIFE.
  • IP belongs to the creator.
  • Submissions are available until December 31. ※We have extended the date to the end of this year.
  • This opportunity is for individuals, collectives and companies; artists, designers, technologists, makers; amateurs or professionals. Experiments, pilot projects and wild guesses are welcome!
  • Select projects will be shared with a network of engineers and manufacturers who might help individuals or small companies scale up.
  • FUTURE LIFE selections will be considered for an exhibition at FICTION Space in Chelsea, NYC, complete with promotional support, event support and a publication.