Ideas to reinvent the world

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Through his character Cándido, Voltaire defended the idea that after a lifetime of effort there was no better option than to cultivate a garden and invent a small society according to basic needs. In line with these teachings, today, when the vulnerability of the human being is visible and everything is local and global at the same time, the city of Lille, World Design Capital 2020, has wondered about the uses of the world through an extraordinary exhibition, The uses of the world (closed on November 8 at Gare Saint-Sauveur), curated by Francine Fort. A sample that has explored the contributions of design in the service of housing, mobility, consumption, poverty, urban planning, environment, agriculture or connectivity problems faced by current societies, and that offered alternative responses to the degradation of the ways of inhabiting the earth, as well as clues to reinvent ways of life in a context of energy, climate and (now) health crisis. Forty-six artists, designers, architects, landscapers, engineers, and scientists presented works that expand the possibilities of design and open up perspectives on the concept of “inhabiting.”

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