Guerilla Science



A place for the team and our collaborators to share news, research, and inspiration.


The best of the Secret Garden Party

July 4, 2017 — by Marissa
The Secret Garden Party announced that 2017 would be the last ever Garden Party. Guerilla Science was born at this festival, so we want to share our favourite moments from 8 years at the Garden. Every year, we've produced an array of surprising talks, extraordinary workshops, and unexpected...
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Citadel Festival 2017 lineup

July 4, 2017 — by Marissa
This July we're heading to Citadel Festival for the ultimate summer Sunday. Join us to discover how to navigate dreams and dating on 16 July... Sunday 16th July Lineup 12.30 – Lessons in Lucid Dreaming Start your Sunday with a gentle hum, and join us for a lesson in lucid dreaming....
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Research lab to the stage: What I learned from the artists of the ITB Stage Show

July 3, 2017 — by Pigalle
This guest blog post is from Julia Attias, a King’s College London researcher studying the European Space Agency’s “SkinSuit”. Here she shares her favourite things about the Sci-Art collaboration behind the Intergalactic Travel Bureau Stage Show, and what she learned from the artists who...
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What’s with the ducks?

June 7, 2017 — by Rachel
We hope you enjoyed bobbing for ducks -- and checking the bacteria levels in different NYC water sites --  in our carnival game at Works on Water.     The six water sites in our game are among dozens tested weekly each summer for enterococcus bacteria -- a good indicator of waste products in...
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To question how we use water, we put videos in bathroom sinks.

June 5, 2017 — by Rachel
For the month of June 2017, we took over the sinks in the bathrooms of 3LD Art + Technology Center, home of our Works on Water project, to connect one of our most common -- and mindless -- interactions with water to four current water-related threats from around the globe. How often do we think...
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Announcing our NSF ArtSci Festival Residents!

June 1, 2017 — by Romie
In March 2017, we announced that we are partnering with Pratt Institute, New York to host a residency for up to 15 artist-scientist collaborations to bring transformational experiences to a major art and music festival. After an incredible amount of submissions, we are excited to announce the...
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Virtual Space Vacations for All

May 18, 2017 — by Olivia
The Intergalactic Travel Bureau has gone digital! We're bringing the joy of a trip to space to everyone through our new mobile virtual reality app. Now you can enjoy a leisurely stroll on the Moon without leaving the comfort of your home. Download the app for your iPhone here and Android device here