Two Mobility Futures 0∞ is a research project that encompasses storytelling, a democratic decision making platform, a city model, and an immersive exhibit. It will be on display at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao from April 8 through September 18, 2022 as part of an exhibit titled Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture, whichis curated and designed by Norman Foster.
The full exhibit—titled Motion. Autos, Art, Architecture—"explores the art of the automobile and relates it to the history of art and architecture...on view from April 8 through September 18, 2022...[it] will mark the 25th Anniversary of Guggenheim Bilbao. It will occupy the entirety of the Museum’s second floor galleries and will include a large selection of vehicles, paintings, sculptures, photographs, sketchbooks, drawings, architectural models, and films. As a closure to this itinerary, one of the Museum’s main spaces will be devoted to visions of mobility at the end of the 21st century—a moment that will also mark the 200th anniversary of the invention of the automobile. The Future gallery will complete the exhibition’s journey by addressing challenges as great as those faced by society at the time of the auto industry’s inception more than a hundred years ago. Now projected onto the 21st century’s future, issues such as sustainability, security, new models of urban planning, and social welfare, among others, will be tackled by a new creative generation of young architects, designers, and engineers."