Thursday 25 January, 6pm - 7pm, £4
Part of Thursday Late
Join CFCCA’s Research Curator Marianna Tsionki in conversation with Dr Anna Lora-Wainwright, Associate Professor in the Human Geography of China at the University of Oxford. This event will explore the real world impact of electronic waste on culture and the environment and offer an audience Q & A on the subject.
Marianna Tsionki is the curator of Digital Matters: The Earth Behind the Screen. Anna Lora-Wainwright is director of the project Circuits of Waste and Value: Making E-waste Subjects in China and Japan, funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
This event is part of our ‘Window on…’ series designed to offer further insight and encourage conversation around our exhibitions. Our current exhibition that this is related to is Digital Matters: The Earth Behind the Screen, which runs until 4 February 2018. We offer these events in addition to our Thursday Lates, which fall on the last Thursday of every month when we open our doors to the public until 8pm for a chance to view our exhibitions outside of our usual opening times (10am to 5pm).