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Invisible Dust Recommends #15 – Solar Power & It’s Obstacles

Solar power has become the cheapest source of energy in the last few years, the production of solar cells...

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Invisible Dust Recommends #14 – Oil Pollution and a Potential Solution

As long as oil is pumped up from the ocean beds and used in boats and transport ships the...

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‘Offshore’ exhibition guide

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‘Offshore’ opens in Hull on 01 April 2017

Image copyright Hull Daily Mail

Ferens Art Gallery, Hull Maritime Museum and Invisible Dust are delighted to announce the imminent opening of their forthcoming exhibition, ‘Offshore: Artists explore the...

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Invisible Dust Recommends #13 – Switch off for Earth Hour this Saturday 25th March

Join us at Invisible Dust for Earth Hour 2017 and switch off for your lights for one hour to...

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Invisible Dust Recommends #12 – Coral Bleaching & Rising Temperatures

  With Offshore: artists explore the sea approaching we are moving ever closer to an introduction of the 1st...

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‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’ – An Interview with Rob Mackay

Rob Mackay at Spurn Point, Hull – Image courtesy of artist   Last month we interviewed poet John Wedgwood...

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Mariele Neudecker at ‘The Ocean Connects Us’ On 1st March

  1st March: 9:30am 1st March: 7:30pm   Chain Store South, Trinity Buoy Wharf 64 Orchard Place E14 0JY...

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‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’ – An Interview with Badgers of Bohemia

Sefton Freeman-Bahn & Emily Jayne Kaan of Badgers of Bohemia. Courtesy of the artists   Artist duo Badgers of...

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Invisible Dust Recommends #11 – Renewable Energy: Ecological and Economical

  Asia’s largest solar power station, the Gujarat Solar Park, in Gujarat, India — Image by © Ashley Cooper/Corbis...

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