Monthly Archives: November 2011

Artists in Mexico City Dissect the Future

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Election Countdown: 215 days Art was one of the first things that drew me to Mexico, long before I ever visited the country. Ultra Baroque: Aspects … Continue reading

Posted in Aldo Chaparro, art, Assume Vivid Astro Focus, Franco Mondini-Ruiz, Galería OMR, José Arnaud-Bello, Miguel Calderón | Leave a comment

Plans For Futuristic Underground “Skyscraper” Beneath Mexico City’s Zócalo

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Election Countdown:  218 days Mexico City is incredibly populous and is in desperate need of downtown living and work space.  It’s options are limited, however, by … Continue reading

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The Future That Happened (& The Future That Didn’t)

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine This site is concerned with the future of Mexico. It will necessarily dip into the past from time to time — the best futurists are always … Continue reading

Posted in Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Election 2006, Election 2012, Felipe Calderon, Occupy Mexico, Occupy Wall Street | 1 Comment