The Douglas Hyde is very pleased to announce an In Conversation event where critic and curator, Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith will talk to Uri Aran about his practice and his exhibition Take This Dog for Example. The talk will take place on Saturday, 1 April at 2 pm at the Robert Emmet Lecture Theatre, Arts Block, […]
“Natural Capital is a concept that unites the economy and the environment as allies for a sustainable future.” (naturalcapitalireland.com)
“… the mastery of non-mastery: a mastering or endless perfecting of the art of conveying that there are some things that cannot – and should not – be mastered or captured.”
Shela Sheikh, Planting Seeds/The Fires of War: The Geopolitics of Seed Saving in Jumana Manna’s Wild Relatives
In the context of Jumana Manna’s current exhibition at The Douglas Hyde, Wild Relatives, this lively panel discussion with contributions from academics and artists will explore the concept of ‘natural capital’, and what this might mean for addressing climate change and pollution.
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