Louise Firth, Artificial Islands
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No booking necessary, entry to this talk is free and open to all.

Louise will present an opinion piece on her current research into artificial islands and their wider marine and technological implications. The talk takes place within Shezad Dawood's exhibition for The Atlantic Project, Leviathan, and curator Ben Borthwick will introduce the exhibition's themes and the artist's interest in Louise's research.

Refreshments will be provided following the talk, and an opportunity to talk to Louise and see the exhibition.
Please note: the entrance to this event is via a door opposite Tinside Lido, not the restaurant entrance.

Louise Firth is Lecturer in Marine Ecology at University of Plymouth's Marine Institute. Her research on ‘Marine environmental change’ covers three key areas: (1) conservation, urban ecology and ecological engineering; (2) biodiversity and climate change; and (3) marine community ecology. For more information click here.