a presentation of a fictional world. The world must be a premise, not
just a background for a story!
the basic idea for the world and tell what it is like. Choose a
starting point or ”what if?” type of question and start building
your world around it.
the world hermetic, mimetic or a hybrid of both?
is the theme or subtext of the world? Why does it exist? What is the
dilemma or problem that is embodied in the world?
is the ecology, history, culture, technology etc. in your world like?
How do these interact with each other? How do these affect the
inhabitants of your world?
places or situations inside your world that can be used as starting
points for stories. Is there a condition or force in your world that
can drive stories forward?
verbal and audiovisual means to present your world to others. Use
both original content produced by yourself and source material
available. Present also the facts or theories you're basing your
add to the challenge, there's one requirement to the worlds created:
incorporate some kind of utopian elements in your world. Everything
else can be chosen freely!
have two or
where your idea and
discussed with the teacher. The
checkpoint sessions will take place 14.5., 19.5. and 22.5.
will be presented for
the whole group, teachers and possible guests 28.5.
of your idea (not more than 100 words) by email: