ZERO1 Biennial Map of the Future / Jake Dunagan, Artist Content Lead; Jean Hagan, Creative Director; Jason Tester, Director of Human-Future Interaction

Commissioned by ZERO1 and presented with the support of the James Irvine Foundation

ZERO1 is commissioning Institute for the Future in Palo Alto, CA to design a printed Biennial map that will layer future scenarios of Silicon Valley onto a representation of actual Biennial access points throughout Silicon Valley and beyond. This map will be available at all Biennial partner locations, as well as at the ZERO1 Biennial hub.

A printed map of Biennial locations and future scenarios for Silicon Valley

Jake Dunagan, Artist Content Lead; Jean Hagan, Creative Director; Jason Tester, Director of Human-Future Interaction

based in Palo Alto, CA

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Bio

The Institute for the Future (IFTF) is an independent nonprofit research group. We work with organizations of all kinds to help them make better, more informed decisions about the future. We provide the foresight to create insights that lead to action. We bring a combination of tools, methodologies, and a deep understanding of emerging trends and discontinuities to our work with companies, foundations, and government agencies. The Institute is based in California's Silicon Valley, in a community at the crossroads of technological innovation, social experimentation, and global interchange. Founded in 1968 by a group of former RAND Corporation researchers with a grant from the Ford Foundation to take leading-edge research methodologies into the public and business sectors, the IFTF is committed to building the future by understanding it deeply.