Culture and Climate Change has initiated and supported a series of discussions, workshops and seminars, often held in public. These have brought together researchers, artists, producers and media people working on global environmental change issues. We have communicated the insights from these research projects to a wider public through freely accessible print and web publications, exhibitions, e-books and podcasts. All of our activities have sought to break new ground on these important topics.
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Culture and Climate Change presents an exhibition of work from three research projects: Stories of Change (creative responses to the challenge of decarbonizing energy systems), Earth in Vision (looking at 60 years of broadcasting about global environmental issues) and Provisional Cities (exploring the relationship between environmental crisis and urbanism). The exhibition also marks the launch of the books that came out of these projects. These are: Energetic (Shed, 2018) from Stories of Change, the three e-books from Earth in Vision, and Provisional Cities: Cautionary Tales for the Anthropocene (Routledge, 2018).
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded Stories of Change and Earth in Vision. The British Academy funded Provisional Cities.
A collaborative and immersive experiment for the invention of the future, ‘We know not what we may be’ invites you to ‘rehearse’ possible tomorrows. Directed by Zoë Svendsen/ Metis, produced by Arts Admin. This performance installation was developed by Zoë on the Climate Change in Residence: Future Scenarios programme. The Barbican will be presenting the performance event as part of their season ‘Art of Change’.