Timestreams, tea and cake


Sunday 9 December, 1 – 5pm


This Sunday, Active Ingredient present An Extreme Weather Prediction Machine, inflatible sculptures reacting to C02 and decibels, a video performance of C02 on a farm in the Mata Atlantica, children in Brazil and UK sharing ideas about climate change and energy, plus tea and cake.

A collaboration with RCUK’s Horizon Digital Economy Research Hub, University of Nottingham; Carlo Buontempo, senior climate scientist at the UK MET office; Gabriella Giannachi, Exeter University; and British Brazilian artist Silvia Leal.

For Active Ingredient’s residency with Fermynwoods please click here.

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