This extensive 3 year project transformed Paul Munday’s doctoral study on mapping future land-use in the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads into an interactive public installation and a teacher-led school project that focused on imagining local future change. The project was supported project partners; CUE East, The University of East Anglia’s engagement centre; The Broads Authority; and Anglian Water.
We worked with social scientists, Lorraine Whitmarsh and Saffron O’Neill to design an installation that created a new way for local people to engage with issues of future landscape change.
The success of the installation created opportunities for the project to be re-imagined as a tool for schools. This led to the second phase of the project involving more than 300 primary school pupils in workshops in their schools and an exhibition in the Forum in Norwich.
To find out more about the three elements of The Butterfly Effect Project please click the links below: