Invisible Dust

London | Sunday 23 July
Pollution level: Moderate

‘Onshore’ at Scarborough Seafest

Image - Phil Coy, 'Avoiding Green', video still, 2017 © Image - Phil Coy, 'Avoiding Green', video still, 2017

A series of artworks, performances, film screening and a Q & A at this year’s Scarborough Seafest

21st – 23rd July

Invisible Dust is producing an exciting new programme of artworks for the Scarborough SeaFest this year.

Including a new film and talk ‘Avoiding Green’ by Phil Coy about local fishermen; ‘Coral Love Story: Chapter #1’ a performance in which a dancer dressed in a haptic second skin receives signals from dying corals as vibrations onto her body and interprets them through dance; a sound artwork about the atmospheric Spurn Point by local poet John Wedgwood Clarke and Rob Mackay; and artworks by Badgers of Bohemia in their West Pier studio.

Look out for our stall and families will love our deep sea creature workshops.


We still need Science Assistants this Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd, from 11am – 5pm.

If you: have a scientific/environmental background; love talking all things ocean; are happy mingling with the general public; are a passionate environmentalist who wants to help change the world for the better; are based in or around Scarborough, and want to earn some extra cash – GET IN TOUCH TODAY!

We will offer assistants £60 a day.

Send your details and availability to –