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[Past Event] Transforming Carbon

When

24 to 29 March

24 March
Launch 5-8pm

25 March
Exhibition 10-5pm
Performance lecture 6-7pm

26 March
Exhibition 10-5pm
Performance lecture 6-7pm

27 March
Exhibition 10-5pm
Design with Carbon Panel 2-4pm

Where

Industrial School

Cost

Free

Website

avivareed.com

When

24 to 29 March

24 March
Launch 5-8pm

25 March
Exhibition 10-5pm
Performance lecture 6-7pm

26 March
Exhibition 10-5pm
Performance lecture 6-7pm

27 March
Exhibition 10-5pm
Design with Carbon Panel 2-4pm

Where

Industrial School

Cost

Free

Website

avivareed.com

Transforming Carbon is an exhibition that takes the audience on a journey with carbon, to become carbon literate, in a world where our understanding of carbon will shape our future.

Carbon has an integral role in the patterns of growth and decay of the Earth. Its dynamic ability to build and split with other elements allows it to cycle through breath and digestion, from atmosphere to ocean to soil.

This exhibition is part installation, part immersion and part visual art. It will include evening performance lectures and a panel as part of Melbourne Design Week.

About

Aviva Reed is a visual ecologist. Her practice reframes scientific theories, particularly concepts associated with evolution and ecological categorisations. Her work moves between performance, ritual, lecture, publications and visual art. She explores time, scale and relationship using storytelling, visualisations, soundscapes and conversation.

Accessibility

The Industrial School is wheelchair accessible, however the flooring is rough.

Gender-neutral and accessible toilets are available close to the venue.

Please also see the Convent’s COVID Safe Plan here