Climate Culture: Making the Anthropocene
Online booking for this event is now closed. There may be tickets available on the door, as a result of booked no-shows, but this is not guarenteed. If there are any last minute tickets available, these will be handed out at 7.25 on a first-come-first-served basis. Thanks!
Join us for an introduction to the Anthropocene and to explore the interaction between artistic expression and some of the current scientific thinking on the environmental impact of humankind.
- Reflections from artists doing work inspired by the Anthropocene
- An exhibition of 'Earth Rites', a body of work by local artists and Nature Effect associates Stuart Turner and Zoe Bicat
Spaces limited, so book now.
Image: Anthropocene Worlds by Ben Hennig.
About the map: 'The information of an interconnected world redrawn in this map was assembled by Globaïa, an organisation which raises awareness concerning the global changes that characterize the Anthropocene. The individual layers that emerge in the image show build up areas and the light pollution of cities (white/yellow over land), roads (green), railway lines (orange) shipping routes (white/blue over sea), pipelines (red), transmission lines (blue) and submarine cables (yellow over sea).' More here.