Invisible Dust

London | Saturday 24 June
Pollution level: Moderate

‘Invisible Dust Recommends’ #1

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1.)  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/climate-change-psychology_us_5674272ee4b014efe0d52186 A discussion of the significance of behavioral psychology in tackling climate change. A topic that underpins Adam...

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We recommend: Vjing Nature

BRICOLABS’ EXHIBITION Where: Suvilahti ‘Square’ (location to be confirmed), free entrance! Exhibition dates: 17th May – 26th May from...

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Phil Coy – Moving Images

Phil Coy, Moving Images, 2013

26th April – 2nd June 2013 Siobhan Davies Studios 85 St George’s Road, London SE1 6ER Invisible Dust artist...

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Healthy Air Campaign launched with Frank Kelly

Professor Frank Kelly, Director of Environmental Research Group, Kings College, London who is working with Invisible Breath artists Faisal...

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Save the UK ancient forests now!

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Last week the UK Government started a consultation over the future of the forests in England owned by the...

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Check out the East London ‘CREATE 10′ events at the View Tube

The View Tube 2009

The View Tube, where we are planning Faisal Abdu’Allah’s residency in the autumn, is amongst the venues which will...

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Convert your car into a bike

Kaltwasser and Kobberling Bicycles into Cars, 2010

While on a residency in Santa Monica USA, Berlin based artists Kobberling and Kaltwasser are creating new cycles from...

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Mariele Neudecker’s new window at Belsay

Mariele Neudecker has been commissioned along with seven contemporary artists and architects, including Ron Mueck and Mat Collishaw, to...

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News

Invisible Dust curator Alice Sharp and scientist Professor Peter Brimblecombe at the  Cambridge Science  Festival 2010, Monday 8 March, 7.30pm –...

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Livingstreets :: Home

80 years of working for pedestrians Living Streets works to create safe, attractive and enjoyable streets, where people want to...

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