We think the best way to deal with the global crisis is to focus on how we perceive and how we communicate. We see the conflict between global public and private interests as the defining issue of our time. We believe it can only be resolved by accepting the fact that perception is a political act. We are thus engaged in the politics of perception, and the production of films and events designed as contexts of information or situations that focus attention on the relation between the global crisis and our ways of seeing and discussing it. We work to catalyse the creative system change required for a non-violent transition to a post-growth sustainable future.
Our unique approach is informed by neuroscience and complexity theory. We are inspired by Lao Tzu, Gregory & Nora Bateson, Francisco Varela, Edgar Morin and Fritjof Capra. Our Global Vision Project has involved almost half a century of support and collaboration with a trans-disciplinary network of advisers (see below) and leading thinkers, Nobel laureates, United Nations agencies, civil society organisations, universities, institutes, journalists, musicians and artists around the world.
The Foundation’s accounts are verified by an independent auditor and our activities are supervised by the Federal Department of the Interior of the Swiss Confederation.Donations are exempt from Federal direct tax in Switzerland..
Thibaud de Montenach, Treasurer Teacher. Former VP of a Geneva private bank. Serge Macia, Secretary Former Executive Assistant to Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan at the Bellerive Foundation. President, Imaginaid.
Isabelle Derigo, Member Director, Soluna Yoga Geneva health centre. Experimental artist: Dorn Derigo