Particulart is the art of knitting, chemistry and gentle protest.
We want to engage people with environmental and social issues and challenge the status quo through the power of knitting, science, and public art.
It’s about raising awareness, provoking reflection, starting conversations, and encouraging action, but without being all shouty.
“Exhausted” appeared at “Test Drive the Future” on 19 June 2016 as part of Low Carbon Oxford Week and Oxford Festival of the Arts. More info…
The Prime Minister, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Minister of State for Climate Change and Industry, and your MP, MEPs, and local councillors all have influence in different ways on international, national and local policy and action.
“Greenhouse Effect” appeared for a day in Bury Knowle Park on 18 June 2016 under the umbrella of Low Carbon Oxford Week. More info…
Taking a break
Fun Palace pop-up
Popping up in an allotment shed
"Greenhouse Effect" photos
Pattern - "Exhausted"
Pattern - "Greenhouse Effect"
Particulart goes to Oxfordshire part 2
Particulart goes to Oxfordshire part 1
Popping up at TEDxExeter with ideas worth spreading
Knit Your Own
You too can knit your own chemistry with these patterns for atoms, bonds, and how they come together into air pollution, greenhouse gases and other particles.