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Exponential: collections from 10 to 100 million years and beyond

Exponential: collections from 10 to 100 million years and beyond

EEHN member David Farrier joined other Edinburgh academics and artists for Exponential, an exhibition at the University’s Talbot Rice gallery that reflected on what the planet will look like between 10 years and 100 million years in the future. Mixing speculative talks with experimental poetic and musical performances, Exponential is an invitation for us to think about the future, the passages of time that we have experienced and those much, much further ahead.

You can see a video of the whole event (2 hours) here.

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