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The podcast Future Visions by Trend Agency Move gives you insight in the future of our daily lives. What can we expect from our future? What are lifestyle-related changes and developments that will have impact on our lives? Each episode another innovator, expert or designer will be interviewed by trendwatcher Renske Mennen.

Trend Agency Move analyses the future, and offers sociocultural trend insights. Renske helps creating strategies and innovative concepts for businesses and organizations. “I do this all for the growth of care, confidence and respect for our future-self.”

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The podcast Future Visions by Trend Agency Move gives you insight in the future of our daily lives. What can we expect from our future? What are lifestyle-related changes and developments that will have impact on our lives? Each episode another innovator, expert or designer will be interviewed by trendwatcher Renske Mennen.

Trend Agency Move analyses the future, and offers sociocultural trend insights. Renske helps creating strategies and innovative concepts for businesses and organizations. “I do this all for the growth of care, confidence and respect for our future-self.”

    #5 Re-imagining the Human body; how science and technology raises new questions

    #5 Re-imagining the Human body; how science and technology raises new questions

    EPISODE 5: Trendwatcher Renske Mennen, founder of Trend Agency Move, in an interview with Charlotte Jarvis, artist and lecturer working at the intersection of art and science.

    “It is the first piece of information we ask about a baby – Is it a boy or a girl? Historically, the upmost importance has been placed on this perceived dichotomy. It is the basis of traditional notions of family, politics, culture and medicine, underpinning the patriarchal and normative societies that have for the most part dominated human history.

    Yet in the 21st century, advances in science and technology necessitate a reimagining of our physical boundaries. Our bodies have become sites for transformation, hybridization and magic. We are co-created and reimagined. Stem cell technology, personalized medicine, transplantation and augmentation askwhat is a human body? Can we define it? Should we try? “

    Charlotte Jarvis: “My practice often utilises living cells and DNA: I have recorded music onto DNA, seen my heart beat outside of my body and am currently making the world’s first female sperm. my work explores the body as a liminal space – a site for transformation, hybridisation and magic.”

    Don’t forget to check Charlotte’s website:

    https://cjarvis.com/

    And IG: @charlottekayjarvis

    • 40 min.
    #4 How bacterial dyeing can change the toxic fashion industry

    #4 How bacterial dyeing can change the toxic fashion industry

    EPISODE 4: Trendwatcher Renske Mennen, founder of Trend Agency Move, in an interview with Dutch designers Laura Luchtman and Ilfa Siebenhaar.

    Twenty percent of all fresh water pollution is caused by textile dyeing and treatment. Dutch designers Laura Luchtman and Ilfa Siebenhaar have collaborated to offer the textile industry a sustainable solution against toxic synthetic textile dyes.



    Some bacteria can produce pigment. These are biodegradable and friendly to humans, animals and the environment. ‘Living Colour’ is a biodesign research project exploring the possibilities of natural textile dyeing with living bacteria and sound frequencies.



    Laura and Ilfa explain how bacteria dyeing works and why it is a more sustainable way to colour the world. The Living Colour project also partnered with PUMA to design and create the world's first sportswear dyed with bacteria.



    Don’t forget to check their website and IG too!

    https://livingcolour.eu/

    https://www.instagram.com/livingcolourcollective/

    Interview by: Renske Mennen, Edited by: Daniel van Haren, Music by: Alec Todd

    • 30 min.
    #3 The impact of AI on our daily lives

    #3 The impact of AI on our daily lives

    EPISODE 3: Trendwatcher Renske Mennen, founder of Trend Agency Move, in an interview with Rudy van Belkom, Futures Researcher at Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends.

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is influencing our daily lives, and it is expected that the impact will only grow. According to Rudy van Belkom the future of AI is not a utopia neither a dystopia. In this episode Rudy explains that it is important to focus on the associated ethical and social choices, like for example privacy and safety. Also, Rudy explains how technology has impact on decision-making in democracy, and how AI can add value to this in the future.

    Rudy van Belkom is researcher, innovator, speaker and author with a focus on the interrelation between technological and societal developments. He believes that the future is something that we can shape together, rather than something that happens to us.

    Don't forget to check out these websites!

    https://detoekomstvanai.nl/

    https://stt.nl/en/futures-studies/de-toekomst-van-ai/ai-no-longer-has-a-plug

    Interview by: Renske Mennen, Edited by: Daniel van Haren, Music by: Alec Todd

    • 45 min.
    #2 About politics and sustainable development, with Chris Wright

    #2 About politics and sustainable development, with Chris Wright

    EPISODE 2: Trendwatcher Renske Mennen, founder of Trend Agency Move, in an interview with Chris Wright, managing director of Climate Tracker.

    Climate Tracker is an international non-profit organization,aiming to support, train and incentivise better climate journalism globally. In this episode Chris Wright is explaining how global politics are influencing the worldwide developments around climate change and sustainable development goals. Chris also explains why it is important to vote for sustainable solutions by consuming consciously, while not pointing fingers at each other.

    If you want to reach out to Chris Wright, please check his LinkedIn, or check climatetracker.org

    Interview by: Renske Mennen,
    Edited by: Daniel van Haren,
    Music by: Alec Todd

    • 32 min.
    #1 An interview with Amber Jae Slooten

    #1 An interview with Amber Jae Slooten

    EPISODE 1: Trendwatcher Renske Mennen, founder of Trend Agency Move, in an interview with Amber Jae Slooten, co-founder of the digital fashion house 'The Fabricant'

    Digital fashion designer Amber Jae Slooten is my first guest in this brand-new podcast-series. While architects are using digital programs to create models instead of using materials like paper, the fashion industry is doing the exact opposite. Slooten decided to start developing digital fashion design. Together with Kerry Murphy she co-founded The Fabricant, a digital fashion house.

    It is a possible scenario that the lines between the online and offline life will blur so enormously, that we’ll only wear one physical garment every day. In this episode Amber Jae Slooten talks about the reason why she began digital fashion design, and how she predicts it will influence us in the future. Amber Jae Slooten: “I think that technology enables us to connect more to each other, rather than alienate us.”

    Interview by:
    Renske Mennen,
    Recorded by: Alec Todd,
    Edited by: Daniel van Haren,
    Music by: Alec Todd

    • 32 min.

Klantrecensies

5.0 van 5
9 beoordelingen

9 beoordelingen

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Donald2728

Great podcast!!! I’m looking forward to the future by listening to this podcast. Beautiful!

Evert van Buuren ,

Good podcast

Nice podcast. Good voice to listen to and interesting topics!

podcastlis ,

Lisa

Interesting and nice to listen to

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