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Art and Science for a Future Planet

6:00pm-7:00pm on Friday 26 March

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What can art tell us about ecology? How can artists play a role in creating alternative climate futures? In this talk, Dr Joanna Page presents innovative multimedia art projects that draw on new scientific research to help us imagine more sustainable relationships between humans, technology, and the environment.

Dr Joanna Page is a Reader in Latin American Literature and Visual Culture at the University of Cambridge. She has published several books on science and culture. Her current research, which is funded by the British Academy, focuses on a new wave of transdisciplinary art-science projects by Latin American artists.

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Age: Adults
Timing: Live Stream
Cost: none
Event Capacity: unlimited
Theme: Society
Accessibility: Closed Captions
Image copyright: Copyright: Paul Rosero Contreras, Anticipación a una ausencia (o Yasuní 2.0) (permission has been granted by the artist/photographer for the use of this image)

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