The year is 2041 and artificial wombs have become a new reproductive model for the future of humans. This has significant effects on society, including changes on demographics, social norms and intimate relationships. Each parent will simply, just provide the necessary sperm and egg and then get on with their lives and their jobs. Ten years later in 2051, the freedom of the relationship reaches a climax. People are free to enter into relationships on their own terms rather than bound by monogamous tradition or family expectations. Marriage rates have fallen to their lowest point, and the monogamous marriage system no longer fits the needs of these growing diversified relationships. As a result, Kaleidoscope Theatre comes into being. It's created by a non-governmental organisation and is the first experimental site to celebrate fluid relationships outside of binarization. How can we use proactive design to imagine future 'Rites of Passage' and offer more possibilities for exploring people's relationships?
As a hardworking, flexible and responsible interior designer, l am eager to devote human care and emotion to my design. l'm a quick learner and an optimistic person, seeking to share my curiosity about the world with like-minded people.
When it comes to ‘Other Ways of Being’, I explore how space responds to self, body and engagement with others within the context of genders and identities. Emerging bodies and space beyond the binaries of gender, reason and irrationality which engage with present and future feminist dialogues. I utilise Speculative Design through experiments with sexual relations and identities based on a near-future or fantasy setting. It has the ability to translate feminist perspectives in plural directions - what might a truly feminist society look like?