Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World

exhibition at ccanw, bench, climate machine, hanging sheets and live projection of a Mango Tree in the Mata Altantica

CCANW, Haldon Forest Park, Exeter, Devon, EX6 7XR, UK
For more information please contact CCANW
T: 01392 832277

Directions: http://ccanw.co.uk/feedback/contact-us.htm

Active Ingredient’s residency is now over

Exhibition
Saturday 22nd October – Sunday 29th January 2012

Exhibition launch
Friday 21st October, 6-8pm
The exhibition launch includes a talk by the artist Rachel Jacobs and Carlo Buontempo Senior Climate Change Scientist at the Hadley Centre, UK MET office.

There will also be a link up with the artist Silvia Leal in Brazil.

Opening Times
10am-5pm, Tuesdays to Sundays, plus all Bank Holiday Mondays
Between 1 November – 28 February 10am-4pm
Closed for Christmas, 24-31 December

As part of the exhibition phones will be available to borrow to take out as a guide for a walk into the forest, to invite you to become a human sensor.

The exhibition will continue from Saturday 22nd October – 29th January 2012, showing the data recorded at Haldon Forest and the Mata Atlantica during the residency period and the data maps drawn by the climate machine.

http://www.ccanw.co.uk

CCANW is grateful to the Jerwood Charitable Foundation for the grant to support A Conversation Between Trees

Jerwood Charitable Foundation

 

 

 

screens with visualisations of trees in Brazil and UK, climate machine and sheets at CCANW


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