When Eckhart Tolle wrote his spiritual bestseller, The Power of Now, he argued that true liberation can be found only by living in the instant, the now. But what specific moment was he referring to? With every click, swipe, scan or turn of a page, we seem to be lusting for newness and nowness. What does our hunger for visual input and aesthetic gratification tell us about the culture in which we live? Is our culture based solely on a superficial, smooth-talking commercial sector that urges us to consume? On a creative industry that sees innovation as a USP? Is there something profoundly liberating in celebrating the now, in discarding legacies of the past and ignoring gloomy projections of the future?
We present: "Forever Now".