Invisible Dust

London | Wednesday 16 January
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Invisible Dust at the British Science Festival in Newcastle


AdamChodzkoPerformance_RisingRising performance, Adam Chodzko. Tyneside cinema. Photographs by Colin Davison

On Saturday 7th September the launch took place of Adam Chodzko’s performance ‘Rising‘ in Tyneside Cinema and Mariele Neudecker’s exhibition ‘For Now We See‘ at the Church of St Thomas the Martyr. Co-commissioned with Great North Run Culture, ‘Rising’ had its first live performance with actress Gretchen Egolf at the Tyneside Cinema. You can still listen to ‘Rising’ here, which was also broadcast on to Great North Run runners from 11 am on Sunday 15th September for 24 hours.

_DSC9646 _DSC9221 _DSC9268For Now We See, Mariele Neudecker. Installation shots by Colin Davison

Mariele Neudecker has been collaborating with with marine biologist Professor Alex Rogers from Oxford University to reveal some of the world’s most isolated ocean environments through video installations in this Gothic church. The launch of the exhibition was followed by a family art and science workshop on Sunday, which got together artists and scientist, young and even younger enthusiasts for a day of learning, making, exploring and having fun on both the deep sea and flooding.

_DSC9831 _DSC9797_DSC9582 _DSC9621 _DSC9551Workshop photographs by Colin Davison


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