Fragile Nature Study Day
Thursday 18 July 2019
“Our task is to remind people of the richness and complexity in nature; to protect nature as far as we can and by doing so art will enter new territories that are inherently creative, that are primarily for the good of the universe.” Gustav Metzger, 2015.
What can art do in the face of escalating climate change? This day will bring together artists, curators and activists to explore ethical and creative questions around the ways that artistic practice has and can respond to environmental issues, with examples from contemporary artists Elspeth Owen and Lotte Scott to Gustav Metzger.
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In partnership with GroundWork Gallery
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- Jeremy Purseglove - ‘Working with Nature’ author, scientist, engineer
- Lotte Scott - exhibiting artist
- Elspeth Owen - ceramicist- exhibiting artist
- Adam Hogarth - artist, etching fellow Royal Academy
- John Fanshawe - Cambridge Conservation Initiative & Birdlife International;
- Andrew Watkinson - Emeritus professor biological and environmental science, UEA
- Charlie Gardner - scientist, Extinction Rebellion
- Amy Cutler - artist, writer, filmmaker
- Lizzie Fisher - curator of Gustav Metzger in King’s Lynn
- Veronica Sekules - Director GroundWork Gallery
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