This project is a collaboration between artist Dana Olărescu and Dr Julia Tomei, an Associate Professor at UCL who focuses on energy equity, justice, and the provision of modern energy services to the financially poor.
Melanie Manchot’s new work intertwines two histories relevant to the Royal Docks to create an inspiring film on how we create sustainable futures and equitable societies with a focus on gender equalities.
An animated augmented reality (AR) wave on a large scale LED screen will be superimposed upon live video feed video of the still waters of The Royal Docks, filling the vista of the usually calm waterscape with an animated surging wave as well as detritus and data from the high seas.
Sea Change brings global artists together with leading UCL academics, inspired by research into sustainable responses to the current climate emergency.
Simon Faithfull’s ‘Biotopes’ is a series of public interventions and proposals that visualise our entwined-ness with the rest of ‘nature’ by poetically turning the artist’s own body into a series of habitats for other species.
A display of plant origins of some medicines, their history of development, and their pharmaceutical presentation.
Join The Greenhouse Theatre for a free and family-friendly sustainable crafting session!