Season for Ex-Change
Social Transformations: a Conversation with Social Scientists and Artists Adam Corner and Kathy Hinde
Can art affect people’s perception of climate change? Join us for our second conversation between artists and social scientists featuring artist Kathy Hinde and Adam Corner from the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations.
About the speakers
CAST (Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations) is a global hub for understanding the systemic and society-wide transformations that are required to address climate change.
CAST researches and develops the social transformations needed to produce a low-carbon and sustainable society; at the core of their work is a fundamental question of enormous social significance: How can we as a society live differently – and better – in ways that meet the urgent need for rapid and far-reaching emission reductions?
Kathy Hinde is an audio-visual artist who creates experiences that combine sound, sculpture, image and light. She embraces open methods, indeterminacy and evolving processes to echo phenomena found in the natural world to explore our relationship with other species, each other and the earth’s systems. She has toured work to Europe, USA, Russia, Canada, China, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia & New Zealand. Awards include an Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica, a British Composer Award in Sonic Art, and an ORAM award. She is an artist with Cryptic, and a member of Bristol Experimental Expanded Film collective.
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Part of Season for Ex-Change
A three week programme of sector-facing events and workshops, 26 October–14 November 2020.
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