Bruce Mau talks: from life-centered design, to events for preferable futures.

Every modern generation has a designer of choice and of reference, who captures the Zeitgeist and delivers the vision that stands for a better future, by design. After redefining what graphic design can do in the 1990s desktop revolution with his earlier studio, Bruce Mau Design, Toronto, Bruce Mau, author of “MAU MC24”, Phaidon, founder of Massive Change Network, Chicago, and currently Innovator in Residence at Freeman Company, Dallas, TX, the event sector leader, is one of such design leaders, and his time is now. With Filiberto Amati, of Amati & Associates, on 16/09/2021 we engaged in a deep dialog in a unique LinkedIn event, here on YouTube as a clip, as part of our series on the future of events as part of our extracurricular research commitments to foresight and futures.

Radical, fact-based optimism.

The power of a book launch, reframed in the 2020s.

Hybrid as the new balance?

From subcultural events to tribal cities.

Beauty and garbage. Today’s competition, tomorrow’s mindfulness.

Indigenous cultures as the source of preferable futures for us all.

Italian living between NL and Japan. 1967, born; 1994, Literature and Philosophy; 2016 Behavioral and Social Sciences; 5 books; 20 scientific papers; Keynote.