Invisible Dust welcomes two new Trustees

Posted on 01.07.2024

We are pleased to welcome two new members to Invisible Dust’s Board of Trustees.

Yuki Sumner is an all-round creative with a passion for art, architecture and design. She has over 20 years of experience specialising in architectural communications, as well as curating exhibitions, lecturing and writing about art and architecture. Yuki has a BA in Fine Art from Central St Martins and an MA in Architectural History and Theory from UCL Bartlett. Her MA thesis, “Architecture of Air,” completed soon after the Tohoku earthquake and Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011, dealt with a theme similar to that championed by Invisible Dust, asserting that architecture has a role to play in making the invisible – often invested with secrecy and power – visible.

Ansuman Biswas has an international, interdisciplinary practice which has included directing Shakespeare, translating Tagore, designing underwater sculptures in the Red Sea, living with wandering minstrels in India, being employed as an ornamental hermit in the English countryside, touring with Björk in New York, surviving blindfolded in an unknown place, travelling with nomadic shamans in the Gobi Desert, playing with Oasis, collaborating with neuroscientists in Arizona, and much, much more.

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