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Symposium: Strange Climes: Ecology, Moving Image


Sun 22 Apr 2018, 1:00pm–4:00pm

Where: Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Please join us for the symposium Strange Climes: ecology, moving image and the senses on Sunday 22 April, 1-4pm.

All welcome.

Strange Climes: ecology, moving image and the senses is a discussion forum between artists and scientists on the occasion of “Earth Day” at the end of the warmest Summer in Aotearoa in 150 years. The forum investigates our collective response to climate change and the ecologies of a warming world: environmental, social and political.

The conversation format will include excerpts of an audio interview made by Janine Randerson with IPCC report contributor and leading climate scientist Jim Salinger in the research phase of “Slope.” Randerson and Denton’s video installations screening at Pah Homestead are a background to a discussion around the politics of climate change and the affective qualities of art and the moving image.

The voice of Jim Salinger (scientist contributor to the IPCC report and author of Living in a Warmer World) in an audio interview with artist Janine Randerson, Jane Richardson (geographer and sustainability researcher, Massey University).

From AUT University: Andrew Denton (artist and educator); Janine Randerson (artist, educator and author of ‘Weather as Medium: Toward a Meteorological Art’); Nova Paul (artist and educator) and Richard Orjis (artist and educator).

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