You can see artworks by Chloe Uden and Naomi Wright at the ESI at the University of Exeter in Penryn from Friday 30th August until Friday 11th October.
The artworks are the result of an ongoing creative exchange with post-doc researcher Katie Shanks at the Renewables department at the University of Exeter.
To be fair, no-one ever told me I couldn’t make solar panel artworks, no-one ever said I couldn’t work in a STEM job and no-one said power-tools are for boys.
But somehow I still felt like power was in the male domain.
We think giving young people the chance to experience their ability to make electricity can give confidence to participate in discussions about our energy future.