Sarah Elawad
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Extropian

The term extropianism refers to two main ideas, one in mathematics that a higher number of possible futures is preferable to a lower number in that it still contains potential and possibility.

exrtopian collaboration

This publication is a reinterpretation of artworks from students in the surface research course at VCUQatar, in which I was a part time teaching-assistant. The project was a collaboration with Qatari Artist Fatma Al-Remaihi and Professor Nathan Ross Davis.

The term extropianism refers to two main ideas, one in mathematics that a higher number of possible futures is preferable to a lower number in that it still contains potential and possibility. This concept is part of the ideas that frame the trans-human world view view called extropianism which may simply be described as the belief that technology will save humanity.