Summit for Intergalactic Knowledge is a digital LARP (Live-Action Role Play), a non-competitive game and an experimental educational tool for co-creating and playing in a speculative fiction world. It allows us to embody different non-human agents, form interspecies relations, learn from each other and re-shape how we think of ourselves as beings.
The game seeks to problematise human exceptionalism and speculate about alternative positions from which we can question, destabilise, and decenter humans. Through the ability to inhabit and experience those other than ourselves, we can start addressing the challenges of the anthropocentric climate crisis, which privileges human and culture over non-humans and nature.
Through our characters engaging in different creative exercises, we will explore various forms of non-extractive relationships and ways of being and relating to each other otherwise.
How to play: The game session takes around 2-3 hours and includes an intro workshop where players get ready for the game, the actual gameplay, and a guided debrief. Participants will also receive a guide for the game and a character sheet. To book for this event please sign up here.
Sunday 28th March – 4pm GMT
Alen Ksoll (he/him) is an art educator and curator based in Stockholm, Sweden. He co-founded School in Common, a self-organised school for learning, studying and being in common.
Margherita Huntley (she/her) is a graphic designer, lecturer and publisher based in London. She is also a trade union representative and a participant of the Collective Practices Research Post-Master Course at the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm.
Nat Skoczylas (them/they) is an artist, researcher and writer based in Berlin. They are interested in utopian thinking, anarchism, cooking as a practice of community building and exchange, and collective ways of learning and growing together.