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Wildfires in the Lab: creative experiments through art and science

Online

14 Jul
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Forest Fires
Part of Exchange Exhibitions & Events

The Exchange, King’s College London is delighted to invite you to a Learning Lab on 14 and 15 July 2021, involving artists and scientists to present their experiments from a 3 months’ research residency project developed in collaboration between Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society and Arts Cabinet.

The current schedule is below. A full agenda will be sent to registered participants:

  • Wednesday 14th: 9.00-10.45// Break// 13.00-14.45 (BST)
  • Thursday 15th: 10.00-11.45// Break// 14.30-16.30 (BST)

The collaboration has been developed with the aim to shed light into this critical issue from a perspective of data and evidence, alongside possible representations and interpretations.

The King’s Researchers involved in the collaboration are Professor Martin Wooster, Dr Mark Grosvenor, Vissia Didin Ardiyani and Kapil Yadav, from the Department of Geography.

This project is made possible through the partnership of The Exchange, the Arts Cabinet and Leverhulme Wildfires, with generous support from the Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy (incl. Policy Institute and Department of Geography) and Leverhulme Wildfires. The project includes scientists from King’s College London, Imperial College London, University of Reading and Royal Holloway.

At this event

Martin Wooster

Martin Wooster

Professor of Earth Observation Science

Mark Grosvenor

Mark Grosvenor

Research Associate

Adriana Ford

Adriana Ford

Centre Manager, Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society

Jayne Peake

Jayne Peake

Engagement Manager, The Exchange, Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy


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