Most of our everyday life is invisible. The ingredients of your soft-drink, the air you breathe, the resulting chemical reactions in your body and the calculations done by your laptop. That does not mean that these processes do not exist. And the reason why we know about them is science. The purpose of science is to discover and describe how the material world works. Unfortunately it turns out that most of the explanations require concepts that are invisible to the human eye: heat, gravity, electricity, atoms, black holes, distant planets and more. In Invisible Structures students were asked explore scientific concepts through their work. The project was set by Jiggling Atoms with Peter Nencini and Europa. Keynote lectures were given by particle physicist Malte Oppermann which were supported through talks and workshops by Rosie Eveleigh, Natalie Kay-Thatcher, Jennifer Crouch. The exhibition took place at 49 Tanner Street.