What's the most important change happening in the world today? In 2018, theatre maker David Finnigan (Kill Climate Deniers) asked 30 different scientists this very question.
Join in a sensory snapshot of the transformational impact we are all having on our planet. From million year ice cores, to scorched sand from Australian nuclear testing, Galapagos Island beaches, feathers from a goose that’s been through a jet engine to whales singing with boat engines. Featuring soundscapes from DJ/Producer Reuben Ingall, David explores where we are, how we got here and where we are headed. Gulp! Are you ready for it?
David Finnigan is an Australian writer and theatre artist. Working with research scientists in the UK, Australia and Sweden, he creates work exploring climate and systems science.
See what other exciting events taking place over the ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 Festival
- Vera Möller: A Thousand Tides
- Of This Earth: A Sensory & Gastronomic Journey Around Bunjil Place - Saturday 4 May 2019
- Towards A Zero Waste Life With The Rogue Ginger - Monday 6 May 2019
- Spoken Word Night: Environmental & Climate Change - Tuesday 7 May 2019
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Saturday 11 May
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