Find out if the inhabitants of Aarhull make it to their new city and see the travellers tuck into a meal of lab grown swan meat in the final 2097 film out today.
The 2097: We Made Ourselves Over films, which have been released online each week and shown across Hull in public screenings, and reimagine how we might eat, live and survive 80 years from now, examining the big questions facing us in the future. Could machines destroy and rebuild whole cities? Will the young rule? Could we really eat insects?
Catch up online by watching all five films from the beginning or by downloading the free 2097 app. Search ‘2097’ in your app store to download.
Could you stomach the food of 2097? Find out this weekend by coming to a city centre film screening and try a meal from the films yourself. Check the screening map for full details
Spanning two cities – Hull and Aarhus – 2097: We Made Ourselves Over combines five short sci-fi films, interactive experiences and face to face encounters to make 2097 our most ambitious project to date.
The Aarhus branch of the project, taking you on a journey to a secret location in a private electric vehicle, will launch on 30 October. Get your tickets now.
2097: We Made Ourselves Over is a new work by Blast Theory, co-commissioned by Hull UK City of Culture 2017 and Aarhus European Capital of Culture 2017 in association with KCOM