Entries by Dunola

Maisa Immonen [FI] // PEOPLE

Maisa Immonen is a Helsinki-based 3D artist and visualist. In her art she creates characters and scenarios, through which she explores emotions and identities. Her interests include the themes of shame and self-assurance and how these are associated with the representation of self and performativeness. Maisa draws inspiration from vibrant colors and organic textures. She […]


Challenge For The Construction Industry – Let’s Create a Vision For A Sustainable Tomorrow [FI] // Architects Declare

What does an ecologically sustainable future look like? How is the carbon neutral Finland in the year 2035? Architects Declare Finland launches its operations by challenging Finnish Architects to share their visualizations in a collective image bank. The images at the bottom of this article aim to inspire the entire construction industry towards change. Ecological […]


Roberto Mangabeira Unger [BR] // PEOPLE

Roberto Mangabeira Unger has had intellectually strong influence on how we understand societal transformation, and especially the elemental role of imagination in it. A recent presentation of his at MIT in the spring further underlines the importance of his presence at Untitled. “We should not depend on the crisis. It is so as not to […]

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Re-focusing on the Future – Reaching Sustainability by Storytelling about Spreadsheets by Vinay Gupta and Aleksi Neuvonen // CONVERSATION

This was a session at Untitled Festival 2020. While everyone is talking about the urgency of transition to a sustainable, post-fossil future, there are actually very few coherent, science-backed images of the future or serious political programs that would depict such a transition. The lack of such works of Imagination forms an obstacle to a […]

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Imagine a World Where Justice And Clean Energy Are At The Heart of Our Economy by Anchorage Coalition for Change [US] // EXPERIMENT WORKSHOP

This was a session at Untitled Festival 2020. Climate change and advances in renewable energy technologies have set the foundation for significant transitions to the economy and to accompanying work force skill requirements. As an energy state, Alaska is well-poised for this transition. Energy security is a matter of justice, equity and resilience. In Alaska, […]