Search This Blog

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Art, Science and the Sea

People interested in the meeting of arts, science and the sea may like to explore the work of Scarborough-based Invisible Dust.

Invisible Dust works with leading artists and scientists to produce unique and exciting works of contemporary art and new scientific ideas exploring our environment and climate change.

Invisible Dust are behind the current show, Offshore: artists explore the sea, at Ferens Art Gallery and Hull Maritime Museum, as part of Hull's Year as City of Culture.

1 April – 28 August 2017

Linked to this is the Sounding The Sea: Symposium 2017 in June.

Celebrate our cultural and physical connections to the sea with artists, writers, historians and scientists at ‘Sounding the Sea’ a symposium as part of Hull UK City of Culture.

Organised by Invisible Dust and Steven Bode – Sounding the Sea is taking place at Ferens Gallery and The University of Hull, 15 – 16 June 2017.

Nekton Mission and VRTÜL: the submersible that took author China Miéville on a 300m descent into the deep ocean, Bermuda expedition, 2016

No comments:

Post a Comment