9 February 2018 - 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
We have just been advised that one of our speakers Dr John King has had to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances so we will no longer be able to run this event today.
Apologies for the late notice. -Cambridge Carbon Footprint
The Prediction Machine is an interactive artwork based on end of the pier fortune telling machines, which tracks moments of climate change, prints out a climate fortune for 30 years time and asks you to make a promise in response. It is currently touring the UK and will be appearing on the first floor of Cambridge Central Library from Saturday 3rd – Sunday 18th February.
Come along to meet the artist Rachel Jacobs with Dr John King, Senior Scientist at the British Antarctic Survey and join a discussion about the future, uncertainty, climate change and the polar regions. Hosted by Cambridge Carbon Footprint.
Event is free to attend but please book below in advance.
The Prediction Machine exhibition and parallel events are taking place in partnership with Cambridge Carbon Footprint and Cambridge Central Library. With financial support from the Arts Council of England, Mixed Reality Lab and Horizon (University of Nottingham) and LU Arts.
Event DetailsCambridge Central Library 7 Lion Yard Cambridge CB2 3QD
Bookings are closed for this event.