[Arts + Sciences x Technology = Environment / Responsibility]
A Sense of Place
August 21 to 23, 2017
i-DAT, Plymouth University, UK.
The 6th edition of the BunB conference will be held from August 21 to 23 of 2017 in Plymouth, UK. Produced by i-DAT in collaboration with the Sustainable Earth Institute and Art and Sound at Plymouth University, BunB17 is being produced in collaboration with the North Devon’s UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Beaford Arts and Fulldome UK.
The theme for BunB 2017 is “A Sense of Place”.
Our increasingly mediated relationship with the environment brings new insights to the invisible forces that affect complex ecologies. From meteorological data flows to temporal climate change models, our relationship with our environment is becoming more abstract, simulated and remote – tempering our desire to act. Could it be that we know more and experience less? BunB17 maps the coordinates of our Sense of Place – the horizontal landscape to the vertical transcalar spaces of the macro/micro.
BunB17 [Arts + Sciences x Technology = Environment / Responsibility] “A Sense of Place” is being hosted by i-DAT in collaboration with the Sustainable Earth Institute and Art and Sound at Plymouth University in the Roland Levinsky Building located in the heart of Plymouth City. The conference arts programme will incorporate Fulldome screenings at the Immersive Vision Theatre and a number of locations around the City of Plymouth as well as the North Devon Biosphere.
The collaboration with North Devon’s UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Beaford Arts and Fulldome UK will extend the footprint of the conference beyond the city across the South West England peninsula (Devon and Cornwall) historic Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, providing opportunities for site specific works and projects.
BALANCE-UNBALANCE 2017 “A Sense of Place” takes place over three days on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of August 2017.
Notification of acceptance:
We are working hard to process the reviews and will be rolling out confirmation asap from the March 17 2017 and expect to have the all responses processed by 31 March. Apologies for the delay.