We have reached a critical moment in the history of our planet, with the impacts of the climate crisis now being felt in every region of the globe. The science is very clear about the outcome if we continue on our current path. Where does the responsibility lay for those producing art and working in exhibition-making? From programming to de-install, how does one instil climate consciousness in the creative and production process?
Join us for a practical discussion, rooted in real-world examples of environmental responsibility as we ask, how does one exhibit in these times of crisis?
This Lunchtime session consists of a panel discussion with artist Shezad Dawood, curator Diana Campbell and architect/exhibition designer Nikolai Delvendahl (Delvendahl Martin Architects). The panel is chaired by renowned art critic Louisa Buck. Before the discussion we will be screening student presentations on case studies related to the topic.
The event is hosted as part of a collaboration between MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise and The Gallery Climate Coalition.
28 July 2022 – Doors will open at 12.30pm, with the event beginning at 1pm. CSM, LVMH 002
Please Note: If you’re unable to make it in person, you can still join us online via Zoom.
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