Climate Symphony's "Flatline" to be part of Global Health Film Festival at the Barbican 8/9th December

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Climate Symphony will be part of this year's Global Health Film Festival 2017, with a new immersive installation 'Flatline' that we will launch at the Barbican Centre as part of the festival's VR Exhibition. 

We have been developing this project  - which turns data into sound to tell the story of climate change - with composer Jamie Perera since since 2015. One of our very first presentations of the idea was at GHFF, so it's fantastic to be hosting our first installation here.

Flatline takes data relating to climate change, and juxtaposes archive of health outcomes with projected sound waves to paint a sonic picture of what climate change means for global health. It's brilliant to be part of such a fantastic exhibition, curated by the innovative Crossover and led by brilliant festival director Gerri McHugh

The festival runs over 8-9th Dec (this Fri/Sat) and it's worth checking out the full programme here

katharine roundart, journalism