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Deep Above Debates


29/10/2015
Adam Chodzko, 'Deep Above', 2015

First debate: What is the role of art and artists in considering climate change? 6 November, 6pm – 7pm, Watershed Cinema, Bristol.

Panellists: Adam Chodzko, artist, Adam Corner, Climate Outreach, Chris Johnson, Shambala Festival,  Isobel Tarr, Curator, HighWaterline, David Cross, artist, Cornford and Cross.

Chair: Alice Sharp, Curator and Director, Invisible Dust.

Second debate: Can psychology help us to accept and act on the scientific evidence on climate change?
Wednesday 11 November, 12noon-1pm, School of Experimental Psychology, Room 0A1, 12/12a Priory Road, Bristol University.

Panellists: George Marshall, author and founder Climate Outreach Information Network, Marcus Coates, artist, Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, Chair in Cognitive Psychology, Bristol University.

Chair: Alice Sharp, Curator and Director, Invisible Dust.

‘Deep Above’ is commissioned by Invisible Dust, advised by Dr Adam Harris, lecturer in Experimental Psychology, University College London, produced in association with Watershed and Shambala Festival and is funded by the Wellcome Trust.

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