Invisible Dust

London | Wednesday 21 August
Pollution level: Moderate

Invisible Dust shortlisted for City of London 2012 sustainability award


Video still 'Double Pendulum' Faisal Abdu'Allah, 2011

Video still 'Double Pendulum' Faisal Abdu'Allah, 2011

Invisible Dust is one of five organisations which have just been shortlisted for the Sustainable City Awards by the Lord Mayor of the City of London 2012. The Awards recognise and reward UK organisations, from multinational businesses to small charities, and promote outstanding achievements and innovation across all aspects of sustainabilty.

Invisible Dust is shortlisted in the Air Quality Category which ‘recognises organisations, both large and small who are leading effort to tackle what is currently one of greatest environmental challenges facing the UK- air pollution. Judges will be looking for processes, products and materials which have been deployed in innovative ways in order to tackle this issue’, City of London website.

Last year the Campaign for Clean Air won the award, Sheffield City Council were commended and Volvo Car UK were shortlisted.

Invisible Dust’s work on air quality in 2011 included working with Faisal Abdu’Allah on a young peoples project and a new commissioned artwork as part of the Invisible Breath series supported by the Wellcome Trust. For his film ‘Double Pendulum’ highlighting how athletes are affected by air pollution Abdu’Allah collaborated with scientists from Brunel and Kings College Universities and Olympic athletes. The Film was launched as part of Create Festival at the View Tube by the Olympic stadium, see projects.

We have been invited to the Awards Ceremony on 1st March 2012 at the Lord Mayor’s residence, Mansion House.

View Double Pendulum on the Guardian website.


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