Museum of London – October 2010 to March 2011
‘Postcards From the Future’ – London was exhibited at the Museum of London from October 2010 to March 2011. The images were presented as large scale back-lit transparencies, each pristine image defined by an astonishing degree of clarity and definition. The show became one of the most popular and controversial exhibitions ever hosted by the Museum of London generating unprecedented public and global media interest.
‘Postcards From The Future’ Events
‘Business, Industry and Climate Change’; A discussion chaired by BBC Radio 4′s Quentin Cooper with influential climate change experts; Tanya Morrision, UK Government Relations Manager for Shell: Bruce Halai-Carter, founder of The Green Desk; and Charlie Kronick, Senior Climate Advisor for Greenpeace UK.;
‘Sir Cripsin Tickell’; Interviewed by Gareth Mitchell, BBC World Service BBC Digital Planet presenter.
‘Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones in conversation with Cathy Ross’; The artists and curator discuss the inspiration and motivation behind the exhibition images.’
National Theatre - March 2011 – June 2011
Straight from its successful run at the Museum of London, ‘Postcards From The Future – London’ was transferred to the National Theatre where it ran from March 2011 to end of May 2011.