Invisible Dust

London | Monday 20 February
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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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Invisible Dust Recommends #8 – Renewable Energy, Global Efforts & Hope For The Future

A solar panel field in the desert surrounding Las Vegas – Reuters   When capping off the year there...

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‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’ an Interview with Dr Magnus Johnson

  Over the last month we have interviewed artists Phil Coy and Kasia Molga about their upcoming project for...

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Invisible Dust Recommends #7

Saskia Olde Wolbers‘ project ‘Pfui Pish, Pshaw Prr’ for ‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’ began as a commission for a...

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Offshore: Artists Visit Hull – Phil Coy

 Phil Coy filming for his new work ‘Avoiding Green’, Hull 2016, photo by Lara Goodband   Phil Coy made...

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‘Invisible Dust Recommends’ #6

Last week we spoke to Kasia Molga about her upcoming project ‘Coral Love Stories’ and her visit to The...

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