News | Published: Thu 29 Oct 2009

'100 Questions' installation at The Fitzwilliam Museum

This month, the Fitzwilliam's Courtyard hosts a unique installation that challenges visitors to think about the future of our planet.

This specially-commissioned installation is part of the Cambridge '100 Questions' Project - an initiative that asks "what are the most important questions we need to answer if we are to thrive together in the future?" Created by artist Tracey Rowledge and furniture-maker Carl Clerkin for the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership , this artwork presents a series of important questions penned by Nobel Laureates relating to the earth's sustainability.

Having first been displayed at the London launch of the '100 Questions' Project in May 2009, the installation is now on tour around the country to inspire visitors to think about their own questions on this issue, which they can add to the installation itself. Visit the Museum's Courtyard from 10 to 29 November to find out more.

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