The Immersive Kind Collective presents 'The Sustainable Ethical Human'

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The Sustainable, Ethical, Human - from Pineapple Skins to Self Build Housing What are creatives doing to change our culture?

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The Immersive Kind Collective Presents:

The Sustainable, Ethical Human - From Pineapple Skins To Self Build Housing

How Are Creatives Changing Our Culture?

Featuring talks from:

Alice V Robinson

BB Studio

Blast Studio

Climate Museum UK

DaeWha Kang Design

Department 22

Elissa Brunato

Lindsay Hanson

London College of Fashion

Post Carbon Lab

Royal College of Art

Studio Bark

Join us 6pm Wednesday 4 September at Hobs 3D, Here East, London for a knowledge transfer and exchange looking at how we can change our culture.

In 2015, the UN feared that the climate crisis was reaching a point of no return, threatening our very existence and with the Paris Summit around the corner how can artists, architects, creatives, and designers commit to meaningful change?

This will be a knowledge transfer and exchange opportunity which aims to look at how we can fix things and change our culture.

We will spark creative energy and links between design thinking, sustainability, and ethics exploring together where true innovation exists along with how we could all work together to cultivate change and to create solutions which seek to tackle climate crisis, biodiversity and inequality.

The Immersive Kind Collective sparks creative energy by bringing together Artists, Architects, Creatives and Designers to build links between design thinking, sustainability and ethics.



Welcoming Remarks:

Kadine James (Founder of Immersive Kind Collective)

Fireside chat:

In conversation on Sustainability and Ethics

Dr Lipi Begum (London College of Fashion) and Dr Shira De Bourbon Parme (ForeGrounds)

A series of talks from innovative designers and researchers.

Panel Discussion 1:

How is innovation creating a more sustainable footprint in the clothes and shoes we wear?

How are architects rethinking the ethical practices behind the places we live and work in and what are the new technologies enabling this?

Moderated by Patrick Scally (House Manager of The Trampery Fish Island Village)

Panel Discussion 2:

Ceneic will present a broad overview of Biodesign, Biotechnology and the Circular Economy, followed by presentations from five studios they are working with on their practice and motivations.

The session will end with a moderated group discussion around the ethics and sustainability of emerging biological innovations.

Moderated by Bud Moore

Featuring an immersive art installation from Phoenix Perry.

Where: Hobs 3D, Here East, London

When: 6pm Wednesday 4 September 2019

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