Afrofuturism is a cultural and activist movement. It fights for black people’s right to a place in the future that has traditionally been defined by whites. The movement finds expression in music, film, and literature where sci-fi, magical realism, and African mysticism are mixed together in a variegated blend. Read about the frontline fighters of Afrofuturism in this issue’s main feature. Other themes and articles in this issue: Are We Experiencing an Allencompassing Bubble? / “Porn is Like a Fun House Mirror of American Society” – Interview with Lynsey G. / Videogames as Medicine / Our Future with Social Robots / Is Big Data Killing Hollywood? / It’s not a Bug, it’s a Feature: The Teflon Pan / Are Your Personal Data a Currency? Photo Series: Salon Oui Oui / Behaviour / Trends / Ideas, Visions, Possible Futures, and much more. Read SCENARIO 02:2018 here
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