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Arts Meet Science

27 april 2018 10:00 till 19:00 | Konferens
Bigert & Bergström, Reverse Osmosis Plant, 2013. Foto: Jean-Baptiste Beranger © Bigert & Bergström.
Bigert & Bergström, Reverse Osmosis Plant, 2013. Foto: Jean-Baptiste Beranger © Bigert & Bergström.

The negative effects of climate change is now impossible to ignore. Researchers the world over publish daily reports detailing the devastating effects of a warmer climate on our environment and society. Yet, efforts to create a more sustainable society are slow or lacking. This has led many researchers to look outside academia, to the arts, as a way to drive engagement and encourage change. Similarly, more and more artists are taking inspiration from climate research and climate science in their art.

Om evenemanget

Plats:

Skissernas museum, Finngatan 2, Lund

Kontakt:

noomi [dot] egan [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se