SPACE10 and IAM present The Everython

Delhi, SPACE10 Delhi 10:00 - 21:00 IST 17.01.20 - 18.01.20

Together with IAM, we’re inviting an interdisciplinary group of people to ideate and reflect on how societies design, use and perceive digital technologies and the internet.


The Everython is a two-day learning experience during which we’ll collectively imagine how everyday life in Delhi might be like one billion seconds from now. It’s part of a long-term global initiative initiated by IAM — a group of ventures that explores and addresses the multidimensional implications of the co evolution of internet(s), digital technologies and societies in our near futures.

Selected participants will be joined by an interdisciplinary group of guest mentors coming from fields such as design, art, journalism, tech and social innovation. Together, mentors and participants will tackle the following creative challenge: to unfold visual narratives about everyday life in Delhi, using the hypothetical questions shared in The Everything Manifesto as their main input. (The Everything Manifesto is a thought experiment recently published by IAM.)

The outputs of this session will be presented in IAM’s annual conference about the futures of the internet(s) and shared with local and international media partners.

The event will take place at SPACE10 Delhi.

  • Friday, Jan 17, 12–6PM
  • Saturday, Jan 18, 9AM–9PM
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About the Speakers

Lucy Black-Swan and Andres Colmenares are co-founders of IAM (Internet Age Media), an evolving group of ventures including a strategic consultancy, an annual series of events, a creative lab, a transnational coalition and a global community. All of these elements are aligned by a long-term mission: to improve the relationships between citizens, digital technologies and the planet, using future-forward thinking as a tool to support organisations make better decisions and encourage collective critical hope.

Delhi, SPACE10 Delhi 10:00 - 21:00 IST 17.01.20 - 18.01.20