Edinburgh Science Festival

  • Camara Leret, I. (Artist)
  • Sam Healy (Participant)
  • Brendan McCarthy (Participant)
  • Tom deMajo (Participant)
  • Malath Abbas (Participant)
  • Susie Buchan (Participant)
  • Amanda Tyndall (Participant)
  • Jennifer Rodger-Casebow (Participant)
  • Martin Zeilinger (Participant)
  • Vidmar, M. (Participant)
  • Morgan, E. (Participant)
  • Aditya Kamireddypalli (Participant)
  • Julie Ann Fooshee (Participant)
  • Mackaness, W. (Participant)
  • Sophie Mackaness (Participant)
  • Kaite Welsh (Participant)
  • Janet Archer (Participant)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesPublic Engagement – Festival/Exhibition


AWEN - Encountering Climate Emergency @ Edinburgh Science Festival

AWEN is a self-guided walk developing a deeply personal encounter with the environment beyond human scale. Interactive art, sound, movement and play are prompted by global climate data and science. You will be able to start your walk from anywhere in the world. As you move through your surroundings, you will receive poetic and playful prompts to your smartphone.

Developed as part of Resilience in the New Real and Experience in the New Real, developed through co-creation with Edinburgh Science Festival and a group of artists, scientists and technologists. It was presented at the Edinburgh Science Festival 2021 and during COP26 The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Period1 Jun 2021
Event typeConference
Degree of RecognitionInternational