Thomas More’s vision of Utopia, written 500 years ago, has inspired many to try and establish their own perfect societies ever since.
Ken Worpole is an acclaimed writer on landscape, architecture, urbanism and social policy, including The New English Landscape and New Jerusalem: the Good City and the Good Society.
Becky Hogge writes about information politics, human rights and technology. Barefoot into Cyberspace: Adventures in search of techno-Utopia, was saluted by Cory Doctorow as ‘an inspiring and stirring tour of the technological counter-culture’.
Together they explore the concept of utopia, taking in Ebenezer Howard in Hackney, Garden Cities, Buckminster Fuller, Geodesic Domes, The Grateful Dead and the World Wide Web.Buy tickets
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