Invisible Dust

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Donors & Patrons

'SUNLIGHT', Elizabeth Price, courtesy of the artist and MOTInternational 2013

‘SUNLIGHT’, Elizabeth Price, courtesy of the artist and MOTInternational 2013

We invite you to become an Invisible Dust Patron

Invisible Dust has enabled the realisation of a number of major projects since 2009 by world-renowned artists including two Turner Prize winners. Our aim is that the artists working with scientists create works that encourage awareness of environmental themes such as climate change and biodiversity.

Currently we are working with conservation charity Synchronicity Earth co curating an auction ‘Disappearing Nature’ raising funds for conservation of endangered species including artists Andy Goldsworthy, Marcus Coates and Tania Kovats at the National History Museum. Turner Prize 12 winner Elizabeth Price is developing her new video trilogy SUNLIGHT made with Dr Hugh Mortimer, a space scientist at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and to be shown at the National Maritime Museum in 2015.

In 2012 Invisible Dust won a Lord Mayor of London’s UK Sustainable City Award.

Invisible Dust family art and science day with marine biologist Professor Alex Rogers, Oxford University, 2013

Invisible Dust public art commissions, exhibitions, events and education programmes are fundraised for in entirety through funding bodies, trusts and foundations, individuals and corporate sponsorship. We collaborate with arts agencies and other organisations to co-produce projects. We have large audiences (300,000 in 2012) and often work with large festivals to present our artworks.

The current economic climate means we have never needed individual support more.

All funds go directly into supporting artists to produce new work and contribute to supporting Invisible Dust’s future.

Your support is greatly valued and appreciated, and as a small-scale organization, we offer a close and engaged relationship with all the organization’s activities. In recognition of benefactors’ support, we can offer a range of benefits and activities (detailed below). The most significant benefit is supporting the development of the artistic programme itself.

One year: £1,200 (or £100/month)

Invisible Dust Patrons join an intimate group of key supporters and participate in a close relationship with all the organisations activities.

Our Patrons are offered opportunities to attend bespoke events such as studio visits with artists or informal access to project development and participate in regular dialogue with the director and staff.

Patrons also receive the following benefits:
- Invitations and programme newsletters
- Acknowledgement on our website
- Acknowledgement on invitations
- 10% discount on limited edition prints
- Invitations to special art and science talks, events and openings of the exhibitions
- Invitations to privately hosted events with artists, scientists, technologists, curators and collectors
- Invitation to the annual Invisible Dust dinner

If you would like to be a Patron for a specific artist project that can be arranged, please email Jared Davis at

Click here to join as an Invisible Dust Patron and donate online via paypal

See below for details on other ways to donate


We welcome all donations. However small or large, they make a huge difference to Invisible Dust’s ongoing activities.

You can donate any amount to Invisible Dust via Paypal, by cheque or by bank transfer. Those who contribute will receive the following benefits:
- Invitations and programme newsletters
- Acknowledgement on our website

Click here to donate online via paypal


Paying by Cheque
To pay by cheque, please send a cheque, made out to Invisible Dust, to:

Invisible Dust
Unit B9
3 Bradbury Street
Dalston, London N16 8JN

Paying by Bank Transfer
Please contact us and we will gladly send you our details.

For enquiries, please email Victoria Burns at