Joanna Wright and Melanie Carvalho
03 August 2013 - 17 August 2013
An exhibition inspired by the mission of the original community of visionaries at CAT (the Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth) to create and test radical models for the future.
Please join us for the opening of Future Postcards, curated by Joanna Wright and Melanie Carvalho, at Oriel Davies, Saturday 3rd August, 3-5pm.
There will be a short talk "Human beings and energy" by Paul Allen FRSA from the Centre of Alternative Technology, research director of the Zero Carbon Britain report, at 3.30pm.
The original community of visionaries at CAT set out to create and test radical models for the future. Inspired by their mission, Wright and Carvalho invited a group of artists to send their postcards from the future.
Joanna Wright is Zero Carbon Britain artist-in-residence at CAT, supported by Arts Council of Wales; Melanie Carvalho is an artist based in London
Contributing artists are:
Alex Ashcroft, Nick Bartoletti, Gareth Bell-Jones, Michelle Bhatia, Melanie Carvalho, Wendy Chapple, Maria Chevska, Lenka Clayton, Otto Clayton, Andrew Cranston, Alex Cook, Jane Cook, Alexandra Cook, Tara Darby, Rhonda Drakeford, Howard Dyke, Ashley Elliott, Nilbar Gures, Ellie Greig, Mike Fleming, Anna Louise Hale, Phil Hession, Andrew Humber, Alice Ibsen, Jill, Philip Jones, Margarete Kerfoote, Izzie Klingels, Andrew Kotting, Eden Kotting, John Maclean, Duncan Marquiss, Ian McMillan, Martin McGrath, Henna Nadeem, Christian Petersen, Playpaint, Luke Pendrell, Conny Prantera, Amanda Prantera, Clare Price, Toby Shuall, Cat Stevens, Ben Sansbury, Mark Titchner, Maya Wild, Helen Woolston, Joanna Wright