Fine art lecturer in new exhibition on climate change

University senior lecturer in fine art Adam Chodzko is one of a number of leading artists featured in a new exhibition considering the threat posed by climate change.

The exhibition, entitled Slow Violence, opens in Hatfield on 29 November and runs until 20 January 2018.

Adam Chodzko, of the School of Music and Fine Art, has been exhibiting internationally since 1991, and works across different media, from video installation to subtle interventions.

He is one of eight artists featured in the Slow Violence exhibition who will also take part in a symposium and other events around the subject organised and hosted by the University of Hertfordshire.

The artists will reconsider the prevalent and far-reaching threat of climate change. The symposium, which is free, takes place on Wednesday 29 November from 10.30-16.00 and brings together a diverse roster of speakers from the fields of environmental psychology, visual arts and business.