Invisible Dust

London | Friday 25 May
Pollution level: Moderate

Don’t miss our Norwich exhibition – finishes Sunday, reviewed in the Guardian Guide


We’re very pleased to have received a great review by Skye Sherwin in this week’s UK Guardian Guide for the Sainsbury Centre of Visual Art exhibition:

‘Invisible Dust, Norwich

Artists have developed ingenious ways to make climate change visible for this show tackling pollution. Paris-based design duo HeHe’s video, Toy Emissions, might have been titled the little Range Rover that could. This edge-of-the-seat car chase features a remote control toy car whizzing around New York’s roads. Liz Ballard’s plastic bottles full of bloody, black gunk and her drawing of murky ripples respond to research on the sullied waters of the local River Wensum. Meanwhile, work by Townley And Bradby explores the social impact of the recent volcanic explosion in Iceland. It’s all part of a project by curator Alice Sharp and Peter Brimblecombe, a professor of atmospheric chemistry, and promises a mixture of pointed wit and serious insight.’

Sainsbury Centre For Visual Arts, Sat to 16 Jan
Open: 10am-5pm, Tuesday to this Sunday. For map and directions: SCVA