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

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.


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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