Come and see works by the Insect Breeding Institute at The Clay Farm library & community centre, Cambridge (CB2 9FN)
6th Nov to the 23rd Dec 2021
Insects, artists, scientists and children in the School of Insects show a small selection of current collaborative art/science projects about how we can engage with insects, as their population collapses globally.
Please check opening times before you make a journey on the Clay Farm Centre website.
Works made together by:
- The children of Trumpington Park
- Carpenter Oak (designer/makers)
- Prof John Drever (acoustics ecology, Goldsmiths)
- Rebecca Green (wildlife watching, Wildlife Trust BCN)
- Matt Hayes (insect ecology & conservation, University of Cambridge)
- Kate Howlett (insect ecology, University of Cambridge)
- Lorelei Lodestar (composting, breeding)
- Charlotte Milbank (epidemiologist & food security, University of Cambridge).
- Dr Alex Murdin (insect infrastructure, ruralrecreation)
- Klara Ravat (olfactory art)
- Tess Tallula (visual art and performance)
See Insect Breeding Institute for more details about the project