‘Sense of Energy’ Exhibition at the Welsh Assembly Senedd Building in Cardiff Bay
Cardiff University School of Psychology, jointly with the School of Social Sciences, holds its ‘Sense of Energy’ Exhibition at the Welsh Assembly Senedd Building in Cardiff Bay, which is open to all from 10am-4:30 pm on 30th September, and the 1st and 2nd of October.
With concerns about the both the environmental impacts and affordability of energy once more high on the political agenda, an interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Understanding Risk research group in Cardiff have taken the lead in developing an interactive public exhibition A Sense of Energy, which will take place at the Welsh Government Senedd Building in Cardiff Bay for three days from 30th October until 2nd October. It is free and open for all members of the public and University to attend. Funded by the Social and Economic Research Council, the Exhibition presents methods and findings from the team at Cardiff University as well as those of four other UK Universities (Keele, Sussex, Oxford Brooks and Goldsmiths College). The Cardiff research is based upon the work from our ESRC Energy Biographies research project, which is exploring innovative ways of eliciting and representing people's experiences of energy as they move through their life-course.
The exhibition uses art, video and sound to engage the public with some of the important issues that energy use and sustainability raises for us all.