Invisible Dust is developing new art and science ventures for 2010/11, including with The View Tube next to the Olympic Stadium and with the University of East Anglia, Norwich.
Aiming to make many of the invisible effects of our actions (like driving a car, which creates tiny air pollution dust particles that we all breathe and contributes to poor health and climate change) visible and to do it in fantastical and imaginative ways. Invisible Dust produces outdoor art commissions, scientific ideas and interconnected education activities, please see our first project in 2009 Kaffe Matthews in clean air we fly.
Artists and scientists
Invisible Dust is currently working with the following artists developing new Invisible Dust projects.
Invisible Dust Dialogue Day, at The Wellcome Trust, July 2009. From back left: Karen David, Ian Rawlinson, Nick Crowe, Kaffe Matthews, Peter Brimblecombe, Paul Green, Alice Sharp, Mark Levy, Dryden Goodwin, Heiko Hansen, Mariele Neudecker, Faisal Abdu’Allah, Hugh Mortimer.
The artists are collaborating with the following scientific advisors: