Visions of the future come in all shapes and sizes. If you like your sci-fi more hopeful than apocalyptic, then Yoko Ono’s take on our fates should be up your street. As part of the Southbank’s Meltdown festival she is launching her new instructional poetry and art book, Acorn, with a series of events and talks. The follow-up to her famous “instructions” pieces offers a 100-part collection of friendly commands to enable a more optimistic look at what’s on our horizons. There’ll be the chance to see Yoko herself in conversation, plus group enactments of her instructions and visions of the future from the likes of gamers, mathematicians and death experts.

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