Ecological Perspective on Rapid Development in China - the Importance of the Spaces in Between

Ecological Perspective on Rapid Development in China - the Importance of the Spaces in Between

Event Name: No Way Back?
Venue/Location: London School of Economics
Date: 12th December 2006
Supporting Organisation(s):
RSA Arts & Ecology

Chair/Other Speakers:
Ed Gillespie (Creative Director and Co-Founder of Futerra); Jo Gibbons (Landscape Architect); Alan Boldon (Head of MA Arts and Ecology at Dartington College of Art)

Panel discussion at LSE as part of No Way Back Conference.

Programme:

The examination of conclusions and questions developed through a week long symposium of international artists, architects and activists in the Pearl River Delta. The visit had focussed on the ethical and environmental challenges exposed through accelerated growth within the context of South Eastern China.

The presentation of a documentary film was followed by a panel and audience discussion.

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