Repair is essential: with an exploration of repair culture in Cuba
We love our ‘things’. But our things are damaging our planet as we extract more minerals, use energy to process and use them, and then discard our unwanted items as waste.
Making products last longer, through repair, reuse and refurbishment has the potential to make a substantial positive impact to our environment.
The exhibition and long-term project explores the impact of our electronics, and repair solutions for cities, communities and consumers, with this exhibition focussing on the repair culture in Cuba.
An exhibition by Mark A Phillips FRPS FRSA in conjunction with the EcoVillage Mater Harborough.
From the series Unbroken: www.markaphillips.co.uk/unbroken
- Mark Phillips
- Venue Information
A friendly and welcoming EcoVillage in the centre of Market Harborough.
Just a short walk from The Square, and the train station, located on St Mary's Road just next to Kwik Fit and Symington's Recreation Ground.
If you're from out of town then we have car parking spaces to the front of the Village, however, these are very limited can get busy at peak times. There are nearby council car parks in Symington's Rec, and two on St Mary's Road, plus Sainsbury's car park just over the bridge. All are within a 5-minute walk.
Eco Village - Market Harborough
65 St Mary's Road