AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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Other TitlesPerforming The Future
AbstractAn afternoon of talks, artworks and a workshop that looked to the future as the environment and climate is changing. Featuring Dr John King, Senior Scientist at the British Antarctic Survey, artists Dr Rachel Jacobs, Caroline Locke, Frank Abbot, Juliet Robson, Wallace Heim, Matt Watkins, Dominic price, Horizon Digital Economy Research (University of Nottingham) and Prof Esther Eidinow, Professor of Ancient History (University of Bristol). The activities explored how we respond to climate change through a combination of art, science, technology and in our every day lives by presenting 'Performing the Future' an artist/research project led by Dr Rachel Jacobs. Caroline presented some of her current research and artistic practice in relation to science and climate change, including her Frequency of Trees, Significant Trees, association with The Woodland Trust and Smoke in the trees experiments with Jacobs and Watkins.
CitationLocke, C., et al. (2018). 'When The Future Comes'. [Presentation]. Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, 30th June.
Additional Linkshttps://www.carolinelocke.org/new-blog (scroll down to bottom dates)
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