We all have a responsibility to make sure the objects we are designing or creating have either a limited negative impact or, as we do, a positive impact on the earth.
In The Radical Act of Environment, Sebastian Cox introduces what a Radical Act means to him and how using wood from British woodlands can help reduce the 90% of wood imported from around the world.
Working with wood for Sebastian is beautiful thing – ‘Wood is the single greatest material on earth – it’s strong, it’s light, it’s beautiful, it’s warm to the touch – and it has this amazing property … it’s made of solid carbon dioxide’. Sebastian’s recent manifesto promotes the value of leaving space for nature, or giving space back to nature, and the massive impact it can have on locking up carbon.
The Harewood Biennial is generously supported by Arts Council England
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