April 27–28
2018
St. Louis
MO

Dwell in
Other Futures
















How do images of the future shape the city in the present? What competing futures are emerging in the urban fabric?

Dwell in Other Futures is a two-day festival of art and ideas exploring the collisions of race, urbanism, and futurism, providing a platform for alternate visions of the St. Louis to come.

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FRIDAY 4/27

Opening Night


featuring Samuel R. Delany
.ZACK

SATURDAY 4/28

Day of Events


performances, installations, and more
PULITZER ARTS FOUNDATION

FREE  |  RSVP


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Full Schedule






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APRIL 27, 6:30–10:00 PM

Opening Night
Friday


3224 LOCUST ST.

.ZACK


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6:30 PM

Doors Open


7:00 PM

The Autumnal City: Conversations with
Samuel R. Delany 

with Samuel R. Delany, Sophia Al-Maria, Terrance Wooten, Treasure Shields Redmond
limited capacity event, please RSVP

8:30 PM

Pop-Up Exhibition

new commissions: Addoley Dzegede, In Site | Basil Kincaid & Reuben Reuel, Untitled
featuring Jonathan Hanahan, Alix Gerber, and more TBA
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APRIL 28, 1:00–8:30 PM

Day of Events
Saturday

3716 WASHINGTON BLVD.

Pulitzer Arts Foundation


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1:00 PM

Installations, Actions &
Workshops


New Commission: Katherine Simóne Reynolds, You’re the Only Reason I’m Staying Here

on view at 4:30 and 7:45

the earth is blue like an orange
(landscape performances welcoming the future now Chouteau Greenway)

Eric Ellingsen and Species of Space

Imagining St. Louis Futures with
The Justice Fleet

Amber Johnson with S. Jewell S. McGhee
open throughout the day

Reflections: Reimagining Story, Form and Meaning

Elizabeth Vega (Art House, STL Artivists)
open throughout the day
limited capacity event



2:00 PM

Performances &
Presentations


Performance: Autumn Knight, The La-a Consortium: Convening #3

Artist Talk: Mendi + Keith Obadike

Screening: Sophia Al-Maria

Public Conversation




5:00 PM

Performances &
Presentations


New Commission: Damon Davis, Bloom of EROS

featuring Bloom

New Imaginaries: Urban Design, Power, and Civic Futures in St. Louis, Detroit, and Newark

with Amanda Colón-Smith, V. Mitch McEwen, and Jae Shin

Manifestos for a Future St. Louis

with ARTC, Michael R. Allen, Maxi Glamour,  ICE, De Nichols, and Alison C. Rollins

Public Conversation


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Participants






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