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PUBLIC TALK: Visualising the Catastrophic Shift

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Today's date is Friday, October 23, 2020
Visualising the Catastrophic Shift : Public seminar with Artemis Kitsios Other events...
Artemis Kitsios is currently a Masters candidate with SymbioticA, School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology, and the School of Environmental Systems Engineering UWA. She will speak about her interdisciplinary research project Ecosystem complexities: an interdisciplinary study of stress, resilience and change. This project examines the complexities of aquatic ecology, with particular attention to resilience and the role of the human. The project aims to examine, simulate, and visualise ecosystem processes that are not easily translated into human scale perception/comprehension and hence establish greater understanding of the fragility and importance of aquatic ecologies

Artemis Kitsios studied environmental engineering at UWA (2001 - 2004), visual art at the Central Institute of Technology (2007 2010) and before beginning the Masters in Biological Arts, completed the Art and Life Manipulation course with SymbioticA (2009). She has worked in water resource management, ecology and conservation locally and internationally for the last 10 years and has exhibited artworks in Perth, Melbourne and Barcelona.
Speaker(s) Artemis Kitsios
Location SymbioticA Room 228, Level 2, School of Anatomy Physiology and Human Biology, UWA.
Contact Chris Cobilis <[email protected]> : 6488 5583
URL https://www.symbiotica.uwa.edu.au/activities/seminars
Start Fri, 27 Jul 2012 15:00
End Fri, 27 Jul 2012 16:30
Submitted by Chris Cobilis <[email protected]>
Last Updated Mon, 26 Nov 2012 14:47
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