Get Well Soon (prologue): Environmental Justice Questions
Artist Harun Morrison will host a discursive workshop about environmental justice on Thursday, 1 February from 3–5pm. The workshop is built around an evolving collection of questions from activists, writers, artworkers, theorists, architects, chefs, natural historians, and horticulturalists. Participants will be invited to work in small groups of three to four people, followed by a free-form closing discussion. The workshop is two hours long and will include a short break. It is open to all and suitable for people aged sixteen or older. Admission is free.
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About Harun Morrison:
Harun Morrison is an artist and writer living on the UK inland waterways. He is currently an associate artist with Greenpeace UK. His forthcoming novel The Escape Artist will be published by Book Works.
Recent group exhibitions include Chronic Hunger, Chronic Desire in Timisoara, Romania; BALATORIUM Disturbed Waters in Veszprém, Hungary as part of the European Capital of Culture 2023 programme; and Storm Warning: What does climate change mean for coastal communities? at Focal Point / Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange, UK. Recent solo exhibitions include Dolphin Head Mountain at the Horniman Museum, London (2022 -23); Mark The Spark at Nieuwe Vide project space in Haarlem, Netherlands (2022); and Experiments with Everyday Objects, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, (2021).
Harun is currently co-developing community gardens in Merseyside for Bootle Library and Mind Sheffield, a mental health support service, as part of the Arts Catalyst research project Emergent Ecologies.
About Get Well Soon (prologue):
Morrison’s workshop forms part of Get Well Soon (prologue), a group exhibition drawing a connection between human and planetary exhaustion. Curated by Lucy Lopez as a prologue to a long-term project, the exhibition sets intentions for less extractive worlds and draws a connection between human and planetary exhaustion.
Get Well Soon (prologue) is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland and Limerick City & County Council.
InformationEnvironmental Justice Questions Workshop: 1 February 2024 from 3–5pm.
Image by James Allan, courtesy of the artist.
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