1. Anti-Capitalist Aerobics


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    Ellie Harrison - 30 October 2013 A film by Emma Crouch documenting 'Anti-Capitalist Aerobics' - a new performance by Ellie Harrison commissioned by Invisible Dust for the 'Ways of Seeing Climate Change' conference in Manchester on 30 October 2013 as part of the 'Invisible Heat' programme supported by the Wellcome Trust. For more information please visit: www.ellieharrison.com www.invisibledust.com/project/ways-of-seeing-climate-change/

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    • Ice cube / boiling water / infrared camera


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      Beautiful patterns created when looking through an infrared camera at an ice-cube melting in boiling water. This was filmed as part of the education outreach project of Invisible Wave, a project from art/science organisation Invisible Dust, curated by Alice Sharp. Space Scientist Dr Hugh Mortimer spoke to Year 9 students at Hounsdown School in Southamption, whilst artist Phil Coy worked with the students to create a one-minute, in-camera science-fiction film. For more information on the project, please see www.invisibledust.com

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      • 'Breathe' by Dryden Goodwin - Video documentation


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        'Breathe' by artist Dryden Goodwin is created from over a 1300 pencil drawings showing the breathing of Goodwin’s five-year-old son. The work was first shown positioned on Gassiot House at St. Thomas’ Hospital, clearly visible from Westminster Bridge and opposite the Houses of Parliament. The artwork was visible from dusk each evening (6pm-12am) from 8th–28th October 2012. To create Breathe Dryden Goodwin collaborated with Professor Frank Kelly, an expert on lung health at King’s College London. Goodwin’s depiction of a child breathing resonates with Kelly’s research in partnership with the EXHALE program. EXHALE is a multidisciplinary study which focuses on the lung health of children who are exposed to air pollution in East London. The EXHALE research is supported by the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London. The task of rendering unseen relations tangible is at the core of Dryden Goodwin’s aesthetic practice. Goodwin’s work is grounded in the experience of the city – in airport terminals, subway lines and secret urban worlds. His work negotiates the intimate and fleeting contact we have with people around us; he has consistently focused on the human figure and the portrait form. For Breathe, Goodwin created over 1000 drawings of his five-year-old son, and carefully strung them together to form the semi-transparent animation. This project has been produced by Invisible Dust, a commissioning organization that works with leading artists and scientists to produce new and exciting works of contemporary art exploring our environment and climate change, and engaging audiences with large scale events and education activities. Breathe is part of the ‘Invisible Breath’ series supported by the Wellcome Trust and is also funded by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity and Arts Council England. For more information on Invisible Dust and art-science collaborations, please visit www.invisibledust.com To see more of Dryden Goodwin’s work, please visit www.drydengoodwin.com

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        • Is there a horizon in the deepwater?


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          a performance at Jesus Green Lido, Cambridge, UK, commissioned by Invisible Dust as part of the Cambridge Science festival

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          • In clean air we fly (2009)


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            An outdoor 8 channel composition made by Kaffe Matthews in collaboration with 40 Hackney school children powered by audience pedalled bicycle, December 2009. Video : Ella Gibbs Music : Kaffe Matthews Inspired by collective investigation into Hackney's state of air pollution, " In clean air we fly " carved its way across Gillett square in clean lines of sound, made from the processing of the Solfeggio series, the children’s voices, melody and locally recorded sounds. The sound system was powered by bicycles on stage, pedalled by the audience throughout, supplied by the Magnificent Revolution. http://www.magnificentrevolution.org "In clean air we fly" was an Invisible Dust and Hackney Cooperative commission and was the inaugural event for Invisible Dust, set up by curator Alice Sharp to highlight air pollution, health and climate change. "In clean air we fly" raises awareness of UK air pollution and our dependence on cars , and was launched the weekend before COP15, the UN Climate conference in Copenhagen. http://www.invisibledust.com http://www.kaffematthews.net/works/

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