Art & Tech Summit: Making art at the end of the world
Nov 23, 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
This autumn’s Art & Tech Summit is is day of films, talks and Q&A informed by Prof. Jem Bendell’s viral essay, Deep Adaptation: A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy; which argues that climate change and social breakdown are now inevitable.
Inspired by the can-do, positive outlook of futurist Solarpunk ideology, we investigate how, using open source, D.I.Y tech, smart clothing and renewable energy, artists and communities could do more than just survive but even thrive in this future dystopia.
With contributions from artist Kasia Molga, designer Pauline Van Dongen and artist duo Hipkiss & Grainey we will explore wearable tech, building community, the value of ritual and learning to code; building a toolkit for resilience and sustainable practice in a rapidly changing world.
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If you are a student, you can attend for just £5! Pay on the door (with cash & student ID)