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Green Tease: The Same Hillside Debate

John G Wallace: The Same Hillside exhibition

Join Professor Pete Smith (University of Aberdeen), John G Wallace (video artist) and guests for a chance to hear about their long-running collaboration including the installation work The Same Hillside.

Find out about the science that lies behind and informs their work, the technologies linking the installation to the environment, and the latest evidence on climate change from one of the UK’s leading experts in the field. The talk is followed by an open forum where attendees can challenge scientist, artist and each other on the issues raised, and debate routes ahead.

Running time 60 minutes
This event is free but please book a ticket in advance. Tickets are available on The Barn website.

Accessibility – Creative Carbon Scotland is committed to actively promoting accessibility, equality and inclusivity in all of our work. The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible. If you require further access support please contact

Organised by the Barn as part of the Green Tease network, an ongoing informal events programme connecting creative practices and environmental sustainability across Scotland.

Green Tease: The Same Hillside Debate


22nd March 2018
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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The Barn
The Barn, Burn O Bennie
Banchory, AB31 5QA
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