EVENTS Fringe 2022

Margaret Jennings

Eco-lens Launching Points Stimuli >>> Remapping Urban-Side Recovery Methods


Women’s Art Library, Goldsmiths Uni View on map >

  • September 24 @ 11:00 am - September 24 @ 4:30 pm

Linking Shared Climate Change Local > Global Future-Life Concerns to Focusing On Discovering Everyday Positive Eco-Recovery-Actions.


Offering photographic urban Eco-observations linked to locally found Climate Change concerns. Aiming to stimulate ideas on the need for community urban green Remapping.

Examples: Allowing lichen as pollution indicators to flourish and wildflower seed-planting for biodiversity.

This Ecoart participative activism chimes with UN Goals: CC, Education, Life-in-Cities and Well-being. Offering photographic urban eco-observations linked to Climate Change concerns.
Aiming to stimulate ideas on the need for community urban green remapping.

Examples: allowing lichen as pollution indicators to flourish and wildflower seed planting for biodiversity.This Ecoart work chimes with UN Goals: Climate Change, Education, Life in Cities and Well-being.

With thanks to Althea Greenan, The Women’s Art Library Goldsmiths UOL.

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Opening Information

Sat 24, 11am – 4.30pm

Check in with security at the entrance of Goldsmiths Library. Digital Screen Viewing on ground floor by Special Collections door.

Public Installation (Set Times to View)Wheelchair accessible