Shelley Sacks, at the Nobel Laureates Symposium
On May 27 2009, as part of the St. James's Palace Nobel Laureates Symposium, designed by the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Shelley Sacks will lead a social sculpture process working with questions as one of the invisible materials that we all have access to.
Incorporated in this process is one of the 'instruments of consciousness' - a thought wedge -designed initially for use in University of the Trees forums. It has been adapted especially for use in this symposium, linked to the 100 Questions Project, initiated by the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership.
The whole symposium has been framed by Beuys' concept of social sculpture.
The 'thought wedge' initiates a process designed to continue beyond the symposium, in dialogue with both the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainbility Leadership and the SSRU.
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