Invisible Dust

London | Saturday 21 October
Pollution level: Moderate

Previous 2017 Projects:

‘Microclimate: sensory tasting banquet’ by Gayle Chong Kwan - Sunday 23 July

Gayle hosted a unique tasting experience for members of the public in the beautiful award-winning walled gardens at Normanby Hall in North Lincolnshire as part of our programme Surroundings with Humber Museums Partnership. It included tastings of food grown and prepared on-site, along with multi-sensory activities and experiences in and around the gardens.

'Microclimate Sensory Banquet' by Gayle Chong Kwan from Invisible Dust on Vimeo.

‘Hull Rises’ with Laura Wilson – 29 July, 11am – 3pm, Western Library, 262-264 Boulevard, Hull HU3 3ED

A bread-making and creative writing workshop led by poet John Wedgwood Clarke for the Hull Rises project. Visitors came prepared to get floury!

These workshops explored what bread can tell us about who we are as individuals and as a society.  Visitors came prepared to get floury, talk, write and share crust, crumb and word.  John was joined by visual artist Laura Wilson, who is creating a new artwork inspired by bread making for Surroundings.

Surroundings is a Hull Museums Partnership project funded by Arts Council England through Ambitions for Excellence and Wellcome Trust Sustaining Excellence.

 

Microclimate banquet by Gayle Chong Kwan

Microclimate Sensory Banquet, Gayle Chong Kwan, photo credit David Chalmers

 

Surroundings is produced by the Humber Museums Partnership (HMP), HullEast Riding and North Lincolnshire in partnership with Invisible Dust. Launching in 2017 – the year of Hull City of Culture – the programme includes international public art commissions with an environmental theme, a young curator’s project, residencies and exhibitions. Each year has a different but interrelating theme – Food, Migration and Landscape respectively. It is funded by Arts Council England through Ambitions for Excellence and Wellcome Trust Sustaining Excellence.

Humber Museums Partnership

The Humber Museums Partnership (HMP) consists of the museum services of Hull, North Lincolnshire and the East Riding. It was formed in 2014 to develop collaborative working for the purpose of delivering better services to the public.  The three museum services of the Humber Museums Partnership hold extensive collections of art, archaeology, social history, rural history, maritime history and world cultures. We work together to promote the heritage of the Humber region and the wider world.

Humber Museums Partnership was awarded £547,400 through an Arts Council Ambition for Excellence for ‘Surroundings’. Launching in 2017 – the year of Hull City of Culture – the ‘Surroundings’ programme will include international public art commissions with an environmental theme, a young curator’s project, residencies and exhibitions.

www.humbermuseums.com

John Wedgwood Clarke is a poet, lecturer and presenter of the BBC4 documentary Through the Lens of Larkin. His second poetry collection, Landfill, is published in September 2017.

Dr Melanie Giles is Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester.

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