The Students' Green Unit presents
Face2Face with Climate Change
The Forum - University of Exeter
8th October - 23rd November 2014 from 8am to 8pm
The Students’ Green Unit is excited to present Face2Face, an art exhibition that celebrates the importance of Exeter as a centre for climate change.
Exeter is now a global hub for climate change research.
The city, through the combined expertise of scientists from The University of Exeter and the Met office, has more authors involved in the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Assessment Report than any other city in the world.
Face 2 Face exhibition aims to bring you into contact with these experts and their work on climate change. Twelve of the leading Exeter IPCC authors are presented in a series of striking large-format black and white photographic portraits.
To illustrate their contribution to our understanding of climate change, texts from the latest IPCC Report are superimposed on each “face”.
About the Artist:
David Mansell-Moullin is a geographer and photographer who works on creative and visually engaging projects that address pressing environmental issues. He is a current student on the international One Planet MBA programme at The University of Exeter.
Free of charge.
Caroline Yoe: email@example.com Student lead: David Mansell-Moullin - firstname.lastname@example.org
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