Our firm is focused on assisting some of the UK’s most innovative projects and companies, which is why we have pledged our support to a new art exhibition: The Enki Experience at The Royal Society of Arts (RSA).
The new art installation will be available to view for the next 12 weeks at the RSA and focuses heavily on the concept of sustainability and purpose beyond profit.
As part of our mission to invest in projects that seek to advance discussions on a broad range of topics, iLaw is excited to be teaming up with sculptor, Ellen Mulcrone, and Alex Lambie – the entrepreneur and multi-media artist behind the campaign.
The exhibition is made up of a distinctive wooden sculpture, as well as audio recordings and sounds that seek to engage guests on the issues that face the modern world, including the pressures placed on corporate entities to balance the needs of shareholders, employees and the wider environment.
Speaking about the exhibition, Alex Lambie said: “This installation opens a programme of work to engage individuals, communities and businesses with concepts, tools and practices that offer alternatives to the rivalry and greed through which consumer society has previously perceived problems and sought solutions.
“Our work shares a new prism through which to innovate with a true connection to compassion. iLaw’s support has been key to the development of this installation and further events starting in 2020”
Tom Clark, a Director at iLaw, said: “Commercially astute businesses are increasingly recognising the need to embrace sustainability and are under greater pressure from customers, shareholders and their peers to act ethically and ensure that the environment is considered in their actions.
“The Enki Experience takes a unique approach to this issue and we are proud to be sponsoring this forward-thinking and engaging exhibition.”
To raise awareness of the issues highlighted by the installation, the team behind the project hope to hold an event in 2020 aimed at organisations involved in corporate social responsibility and patrons of the arts.
You can find out more about the Enki Experience here.