In the Superfutures platform, I focus on three driving forces and their shaping of the future: Efficiency & Romance, Artificiality & Nature, Standardisation & Diversification.
We are currently living in an age of increasing mediatization, where the disconnection between individuals and the true origins of things deserves attention. This semester, my exploration aims to discover possibilities for bridging this gap and restoring authenticity by reestablishing the connection between our bodies and the surrounding environment. I am particularly concerned with the constant abstraction of the concept of food. The Charleston House takes center stage as a symbol of reconnection, where the process of infusing the flavors of Charleston's past into personal pills becomes a unique aesthetic. Through these endeavors, I strive to challenge the prevailing and ever-evolving narratives of alienation, emphasizing the importance of direct experience, the significance of the body and processes, and the value of genuine connections in an increasingly mediatized world.