Seven stories about living with uncertainty
What are you uncertain about? If you can’t control or predict the future, how can you prepare for it? Uncertainty can be scary, but can it also be a source of hope or opportunity?
In this exhibition, visitors are invited to explore seven illustrated stories about uncertainty in the worlds of economics, finance, pandemics, migration, humanitarian aid, insurance and knowledge networks.
The stories draw on lessons from pastoralists – experts at living with uncertainty and making the most of it. Their ways of life can also help us think about how to live in an uncertain world.
For more information, visit pastres.org/uncertainworlds
The exhibition is supported by a European Research Council Advanced Grant. PASTRES is co-hosted by the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex and the European University Institute in Florence.
25-29 October 2023
Opening hours: 11am to 5pm