Calling all artists and scientists! Guerilla Science and Pratt Institute are inviting applications to take part in a paid residency program in the U.S. Apply now!
Guerilla Science and the Pratt Institute in New York are once again hosting a residency for up to 15... read more
This summer at the Secret Garden Party festival, we invited sensory neuroscientist Ed Bracey and contemporary artist Stephanie Bickford-Smith to collaborate with us on a new psychedelic life drawing event that explored brain diversity and perceptual phenomena.
Our senses allow us to... read more
Residency project manager Cassie Flores gives a recap of Guerilla Science's first ever Artist-Scientist Festival Residency which brought together new interdisciplinary teams of researchers and creators for the Oregon Eclipse Festival in August 2017.
On March 2017, Guerilla Science... read more
In early 2017, Guerilla Science invited emerging NYC artists for a Fire Organ residency to compose works that explore the relationship of music and the physical properties of sound. On October 15th, join us a for one-night-only celebration of sound & fire at National Sawdust featuring... read more
Oregon Eclipse artist collaborator Nasimeh B.E. shares her post-festival thoughts in this guest blog. Nasimeh collaborated with scientist Sena Koleva as part of our first Artist-Scientist Festival Residency. Together, they brought the interactive installation Bar None to Oregon Eclipse... read more
On March 2017, Guerilla Science put out a call for applications to our first ever Art-Sci Residency. The goal: to create a space where artists and scientists can meet and collaborate on bringing new installations and experiences to Oregon Eclipse 2017.
With... read more
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... read more
On June 5-30, Works on Water took over 3LD Art + Technology Center in downtown Manhattan. Art, theater, and science come together for a unique multidisciplinary exploration of water and climate change. Producer Rachel Karpf shares three of her favorite moments from the process of making... read more
On April 29-30th, video artist and researcher Ali Hossaini collaborated with us to create a transatlantic performance with beatboxers in London and a choir in NYC. Our project transmitted music inspired by the themes of mortality and ageing filtered through a fire organ in London.... read more
Guerilla Science and Pratt Institute are launching a paid Artists and Scientists residency program in the U.S. Applications are now open.
Guerilla Science is partnering with Pratt Institute, New York to host a residency for up to 15 artist-scientist collaborations to bring... read more