Exploring climate change with sound and touch

Fantastic news: this month I’m starting a new position as one of the University of Leeds’ Cultural Institute’s Cultural Fellows, alongside my new colleagues Dave Lynch and Christophe de Bezenac.

Starting this month, I’ll be working with researchers and students at the University to further my project The Matter of the Soul, which uses sound and touch to explore empathic response to climate change in the Arctic. More info can be found in this lovely article about my forthcoming work from the Priestley Centre for Climate Change.

I’ll be kicking off with a Culture and Climate Change event at the Priestley Centre for Climate Change on the 19th December, 11am.

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Arctic Sea Ice

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