Invisible Dust

London | Sunday 26 March
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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 one hour to shine a light...

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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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‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’: an Interview with John Wedgwood Clarke

Image by John Wedgwood Clarke   John Wedgwood Clarke is a celebrated poet and teacher of creative writing at...

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Invisible Dust Recommends #10 – Trump & Fossil Fuels

  A major feature of Trump’s dialogue is returning power to Americans; making energy more affordable to all by...

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Invisible Dust Recommends #9 – New Plastics Economy, Corporate Action?

  Despite not being picked up by major news outlets this week, a potentially major step has been taken...

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‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’: an Interview with Saskia Olde Wolbers

This week we asked artist and Goldsmiths lecturer Saskia Olde Wolbers some questions about her new project which will...

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