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︎ Eile Intro
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︎ Eile / Lobster
︎ Eile and the Bog
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Amid the Air and Earth

︎ Amid the Air and Earth Intro
︎ Atmospheric States
︎ Stories of the Air /  Spéirscéalta
︎ Myths for a Wetlands Imaginary
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︎ Self-Organisation Against Injustice
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a place of their own is the art + spatial research practice of Paula McCloskey and Sam Vardy. Through art and spatial practice, we interrogate and propose within entanglements of climate, capital, technology and politics. We operate as a collective, a couple, with our children, and through collaborations with others.

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Art, Activism and Sustainability

This panel brings together activists, artists, and academics to discuss art’s political potential to address the climate emergency. 

This free, public panel discussion will be held at stage@leeds, a carbon-neutral theatre space on University of Leeds campus (and streamed virtually). Spaces are limited so booking is essential - here

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served at 3pm for those joining us in person. For those joining us virtually, the live stream will begin at 3.15pm. A link will be emailed the day before the event.

The panel is hosted by the Bauman Institute – Arts and Leeds University Library Galleries.

Maria Rovisco, University of Leeds (Chair)
Hannah Woodhouse (artist, Extinction Rebellion)
Peter Sutoris (University of York)
Catherine Baxendale (artist, Invisible Flock)
Paula McCloskey (University of Derby/a place of their own)
Martin Zebracki (University of Leeds)