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Student Art Exhibition: What's Wrong With Getting Better? Moving Beyond Efficiency

Date: 10th October 2013
Time: 08:00 AM - 22:00 PM

Location: South Street Campus

What scope does the concept of efficiency hold in moving us towards a sustainable future? Must economic prosperity and environmental degradation go hand in hand? What IS wrong with 'getting better'? Explore these questions and your own responses to them through an exhibition of creative works now on display in the South St Library.


The exhibition is open from the 10 – 24 October during library opening hours

This year, students from the unit ENV212/512: Global and Regional Sustainability have put together creative artworks that explore the theme What’s Wrong With Getting Better?: Moving Beyond Efficiency. Each student has been involved in creating a piece which responds to the question of what ‘efficiency’ offers the sustainability and the challenge of exploring what lies beyond its borders.

To view the exhibition, visit Level 3 in the Murdoch University Library. The exhibition will run from Thursday 10 October to Thursday 24 October 2013.


Contact: Alexa Taylor