A discussion event exploring the ideas and questions raised by Mephitic Air.
Mephitic Air is a data sonification and visualisation installation by artists Wesley Goatley and Tobias Revell. It explores new immersive methods of understanding the local and global systems of air pollution, and the data through which it is measured.
Join Wesley and a panel of guests for a lively discussion exploring the issues raised by the art work.
*Wesley Goatley, sound artist and researcher
* Alice Bell, Head of communications, 10:10 - a charity that runs positive, practical projects focused on tackling climate change at the community level, and turns these local actions into a force for bigger changes.
*Dr Kevin Wyche, Lecturer in Atmospheric Science at Brighton University's School of Environment and Technology, and founding member of the University of Brighton Air Environment Research (AER) team.
* Martin Harris, Managing Director, Brighton & Hove Bus Co. Martin has worked in the bus industry for 35 years, and is a passionate advocate for sustainable public transport.
Unfortunately due to staff shortages this event is no longer BSL interpreted. The main gallery is wheelchair accessible. Please note that due to the nature of the building ONCA does not have an accessible toilet. There is one gender neutral toilet up 5 steps.
anyone interested in issues around air quality, engagement with environmental issues and artists' role in facilitating discussion and engagement