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Symposium: Planetary Breakdown: autonomous infrastructures for a sustainable future

Location:
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead
Date(s):
10 March 2010 00:00

This one-day symposium looks at the future. Intersections, The Arts Catalyst and AV Festival 10 bring together an exceptional range of artists, academics and other industry experts to look at future approaches to living. It will explore the possibility of creating new autonomous infrastructures across energy, trade and transport, offering a space for everyone to contribute to an active dialogue about our futures. Confirmed speakers include: expert on utopias Dr Malcolm Miles, writer and activist Bryony Worthington and international artists Lise Autogena, HeHe, London Fieldworks, and Kate Rich.

Following the symposium, at 6.30pm, AV Festival 10 and BALTIC present a free lecture by artist Gustav Metzger, booking recommended.

£40 (£30 concessions)
Tickets: www.avfestival.co.uk   Tel: 0191 227 5512

Bursaries are available for artists and other freelancers, contact intersections@newcastle.ac.uk
Produced by Intersections (Newcastle University), The Arts Catalyst and AV Festival 10.
 
Keep up to date on the conference programme through twitter.com/intersectionsuk and at:
www.intersectionspublicart.org.uk

Website:
http://www.intersectionspublicart.org.uk/events1.php
Contact Email:
ntersections@ncl.ac.uk

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