Amelie Goldfuß

The future doesn’t exist. It’s written again and again. There’s not one future but many. Ideologies, visions, wishes and prophecies. Sometimes you have to look in the past to see the future. Sometimes the future of the past has already passed, sometimes it seems older than the past itself. We’re expecting the future somewhere between scepticism and euphoria.
In this lexical storybook you can look up some of the varieties of future. Prose, interviews poetry, scientific texts, lyrics, manifestos and movie dialogs picture the future from many perspectives. Cross references help to make new connections. The encyclopedia is illustrated with Cyanotypes of collages.