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you can create a card

now at Art Cafe Hemingway

Mon - Sun 9am - 1pm in Kapaa

4-1495 Kuhio Hwy, Kauai, Hawaii

A good society needs democratic participation. The goal of the project is to motivate all of us to participate in the creation of our society, and to become aware that we are indeed the creators of said society.

Art and creativity remain, even in the time of hyper individualism, a path towards communication across all boundaries.


The similarities of our wishes are already imminent in the daily growing exhibition that will surely bring us more together than tear us further apart.
You can participate now in Art Cafe Hemingway in Kapaa every day from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

The exhibition’s concept includes the use of specific cards, which are made available to the participants for free.

You can also come pick these up and create at home. Any form of visual representation is allowed: texts, collages, stamps, drawings, photography, etc. You can look at the created  cards on the Instagram page: QuoImus 


With our project Quo Imus (Latin: where are we going), we would like to involve you in a creative future-utopia.


A new era is beginning. We now find ourselves in a great social upheaval. Artificially intelligent computers are being supplemented by artificially intelligent machines—robots. They do more and more work for us, but you can also say that they are taking away more and more work from us—and that is fatal to a social system which is based on work.

To the dangers of climate change, global warming, and overpopulation, ideas for the 21st century, such as redistribution, basic income, robot tax, or a financial transaction tax are also forming.

Environmental disasters, unlimited consumption, the constant striving for growth, and lack of affordable housing are things that affect us all already.

Politics around the world is missing out on shaping the future and is only administrating the present.


QUO IMUS - Where are we going?

The question here is not how we will live, but how we’d like to live.

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” Abraham Lincoln