Environment 2.0 Creative Assemblages

A research survey was undertaken to document and assess creative, interdisciplinary projects on energy, climate and environmental sustainability. The case studies are drawn from contemporary art, consumer products, policy intervention and community events, and vary in terms of disciplinary contributors, forms of collaboration, outputs and outcomes, and approaches to engagement. Some of the most exciting groupings discovered are both loose and open, involving a dynamically shifting cast of contributors ranging from core project partners to network members and ad hoc participants, and a diverse range of outcomes.

By ImaginationLancaster, FutureEverything, Goldsmiths, University of Exeter. Funded by CREATOR, a EPSRC Digital Economies cluster.

Publication Date

2nd of March 2009

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