Aberystwyth Arts Centre January 2016
A day of talks, films and discussions by academics and practitioners on the theme of art-science collaborations in the Anthropocene, a proposed new geological time interval that suggests that humans are now the dominant influence shaping the Earth system. Are human activities such as agriculture, mining and urbanisation leaving distinctive ‘footprints’ in the Earth’s strata that will endure into the future and so enter the long-term geological record? What are the creative responses to such propositions?
Artist Luce Choules is presenting a research poster:
Guide74: a mountain recording activity
Artist Laura Harrington is showing the film:
Liveliest of Elements
Artist Miranda Whall is attending this symposium.
Symposium – Aberystwyth Arts Centre
The event is a collaboration between Aberystwyth University School of Art and the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, and supported by the British Society for Geomorphology.
Also includes a symposium publication.