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The Art of Light

July 16, 2015 — by Mark
Mary Boole was a bad-ass mathematician of the 19th Century and happy proponent of learning through playing. She brought into focus a wonderful paradigm for visualizing the shapes of numbers through the simple and intuitive medium of curve stitching.  Also known as string art, curve...
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Seeing The Light

July 10, 2015 — by Olivia
I met myself in a dream, And I just wanna tell you, everything was alright. Hey, now, baby, I'm beginning to see the light. —Lou Reed My first time in a high power laser laboratory was disorienting to say the least. To gain entry, I had to suit up in clean room garb, put protective blue...
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Participatory Science at FIGMENT

July 7, 2015 — by Mark
This guest blog post is from Zach Kopciak, theatrical performer and longtime Guerilla Science collaborator.  Zach worked with us to produce a diverse programme of events for Figment Festival, held on Governor's Island in New York in June 2015. As a theatre artist working with scientists, I...
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