James Murray-White

James Murray-White
is a ClimateCultures Author

“I’m a writer and film maker, although my practice stretches back to theatre making in the 1980’s. Recent work has been in the areas of art & neuroscience (filmmaker in residence within the Cambridge University/NHS Dementia Research Network), applied anthropology in Mongolia and with the Bedouin of the Negev Desert, Israel, and the lives of poets, including a film about John Clare, and a new project exploring the mystic visions of William Blake. My interest in linking art forms to dialogue around climate issues was catalysed by the TippingPoint Warwick conference in 2016, and subsequently I produced a weekend Festival of Change, here in Cambridge, with the NGO Pivotal (short film available on my Vimeo page).”

James’ ClimateCultures Posts: 

Of Fire, Ice and Earth

GroundWork Gallery is dedicated to artwork directly focused on the environment. Previous exhibitions have looked at birdlife, trees, forests and the art ...
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“Water’s Rising, at Their Ankles Now…”

This past weekend I happened to be in Hull, City of Culture 2017, and stumbled upon an extraordinary multi-media and ...
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Necessity and Urgency – Summer of Learning

“I pondered all these things, and how people fight and lose the battle, and the thing that they fought for ...
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Sky-larking