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Bringing artists and scientists together to explore climate change.

Includes award winning filmmaker David Malone, performances by Adam Chodzko and Ellie Harrison and John Vidal Guardian Environment Editor.

Produced by Invisible Dust in association with Manchester University and supported by Siemens.

Location: St James’ Building, 61-95 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 6FQ. Getting there

Event Schedule:
Performances, talks and workshops - 10-5:30pm

THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT - to book a remaining ticket: waysofseeingclimatechange.eventbrite.co.uk

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

“Scientists will this week issue their starkest warning yet about the mounting dangers of global warming.” The Observer, 21 September 2013.

This event brings together artists and scientists to share ideas and create new commission proposals. It includes debates on climate change and nuclear power, action on emissions, fuel poverty, reducing your carbon footprint and technology and Ellie Harrison's Anti-Capitalist Aerobics and Adam Chodzko's Rising performances.


David Malone, filmmaker and writer both of the BBC’s ‘Metamorphosis, The Science of Change’ and of the financial blog GolemXIV

Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell,  President and Vice Chancellor, Manchester University, and Co-Chair of the Council for Science and Technology

John Vidal, Guardian Environment Editor

Artist Faisal Abdu’Allah

Dr Grant Allen, School of Earth, Atmospheric & Environmental Sciences, Manchester University

Climate Scientist Professor Kevin Anderson, Tyndall Centre and Manchester University

Jordan Kaplan, curator, Tatton Park Biennial

Artist Mariele Neudecker on her work in the Arctic and deep sea

Erinma Ochu, Wellcome Trust Fellow, Life Sciences, Manchester University

Chair: Juergen Maier, Managing Director Siemens Industry Sector UK & Ireland.

DRINKS AND FREE Performances after event by Owl Project, Tim Spooner and Ellie Harrison - 6:30-8:30pm at Manchester Museum.

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Part of Manchester Science Festival 2013.


Thank you to our supporters.

Ways of Seeing Climate Change is supported by Manchester University, Siemens and Arts Council England.

Adam Chodzko and Ellie Harrison’s performances are part of Invisible Heat, a new Invisible Dust project about the health affects of climate change, supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Adam Chodzko’s Rising is co-commissioned by Invisible Dust with Great North Run Culture.

Mariele Neudecker’s work was developed in association with HOUSE 2013, part of the Brighton Festival.

About Invisible Dust

Invisible Dust is an art and science collaboration set up by independent art curator Alice Sharp.  Invisible Dust involves leading artists, scientists and creative technologists in producing artworks and events exploring our environment and the effects of climate change. Invisible Dust is currently working with Turner Prize 2012 winner Elizabeth Price on a Rutherford Appleton Laboratory space science residency. The first work from this SUNLIGHT is showing at Focal Point Gallery, Southend till 28th December 2013.



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