Invisible Dust

London | Saturday 16 December
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Slow Violence Symposium

Slow Violence

Our Director Alice Sharp is speaking at the ‘Slow Violence’ symposium today at the University of Hertfordshire. The Project...

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Salmon Fishing on the Isle of Arran

Image of Brodick Bay on the Isle of Arran

The Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) are planning to double their “battery salmon factory” in the Isle of Arran’s Marine...

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Behind-the-scenes with Ahilapalapa Rands

We Are What We Eat,  Surroundings, photo by Nick Harrison   Ahilapalapa Rands is one of four artists responding...

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‘We are what we eat’ in The Telegraph

Photo credit - Charlotte Graham

We are what we eat – Surroundings 2017 This Saturday 7 October from 2-4pm join artists Laura Wilson, Gayle...

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Shonagh Manson’s Curated Diary

One of Invisible Dust’s trustees Shonagh Manson is the featured curator in this month’s Blueprint magazine. Her Curated Diary...

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‘You are an Artist – You are a Scientist – You are an Activist’ with Marek Gabrysch

TOMORROW! Teacher’s session for our ‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’ exhibition When: 3.30pm 5.00pm, Tuesday 27th July 2017 Where:...

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Sounding The Sea: An Interview w/ Bik van Der Pol

On June 15th & 16th Invisible Dust will be hosting a symposium, Sounding The Sea, with artists, activists and scientists all...

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Sounding The Sea: An Interview w/ Mariele Neudecker

On June 15th & 16th Invisible Dust will be hosting a symposium, Sounding The Sea, with artists, activists and scientists...

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Sounding The Sea: An Interview w/ Philip Hoare

On June 15th & 16th Invisible Dust will be hosting a symposium, Sounding The Sea, with artists, activists and scientists all delivering...

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Sounding The Sea: An Interview w/ Jo Ruxton (Plastic Oceans)

On June 15th & 16th Invisible Dust will be hosting a symposium, Sounding The Sea, with artists, activists and scientists...

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