8th Jan 2011 - 16th Jan 2011
Imaginative new work from artists in residence at UEA School of Environmental Sciences, on display in the Link as part of the \"Invisible Dust\" project.
"Invisible Dust" was set up by curator Alice Sharp and Peter Brimblecombe, professor of atmospheric chemistry at UEA, to promote a deeper understanding of climate change and pollution. It brings together scientists and artists with the aim of making visible the effects of our actions on the environment.
On show is inventive video work from Paris-based artist-duo HeHe about industrial emissions (part of Invisible Breath), drawings by Liz Ballard inspired by research on water pollution in the River Wensum and artwork by Townley and Bradby which encourages us to reflect on our surroundings.
Work from the residencies will also be presented at Cambridge Science Festival and Norfolk & Norwich Festival.
Opening Times: Tues-Sun, 10am-5pm. Closed on Mondays.