Anticipatory Mythography is a long term research project, in which we critically reassess, rework and continue the mythological and theological heritage of Ancient polytheisms, transforming the approach to political imaginaries from historical (as objects from the past) to futures-oriented perspective (as things for the futures).

The core focus of the project on the current stage is development of the methods and approaches to the Ancient Greek and comparative mythography leading towards construction of the potent political imaginary for a desirable future. The theoretical frame of the research includes the paradigms and components of political theology, narratology, queer theory, futures studies, ideology and aesthetics, among other. 

 Cyclops in "Futures Theogony", a narrative opera in 3 acts, 2018; photo by Bryony May Dunne

Cyclops in "Futures Theogony", a narrative opera in 3 acts, 2018; photo by Bryony May Dunne

  Avenir Institute, "Athena-Dionysian Justice", 2018

 Avenir Institute, "Athena-Dionysian Justice", 2018

 Avenir Institute, "Queering/Destabilising the National Archeological Museum in Athens", walking lecture, 2018

Avenir Institute, "Queering/Destabilising the National Archeological Museum in Athens", walking lecture, 2018