Guerilla Science is seeking musicians, composers, sound artists, interdisciplinary artists, and performing groups to work with their unique Fire Organ this winter.
As part of our mission to revolutionize how people experience science, we have created the Fire Organ - a unique way of... read more
A major shout out to Mark and Guerilla Science from the American Association for the Advancement of Science!
Mark has received the society's 2015 Early Career Award for Public Engagement with Science for his guerilla methods of public engagement. Officially, for “his broad range of... read more
We are delighted to announce that the Simons Foundation has awarded Guerilla Science a $1.25 million grant to revolutionize how people everywhere, see, experience and understand science.
Guerilla Science is about to take America by storm! Starting January 2016, the read more
I was oddly reminded of moths drawn, like little fuzzy magnets, to a porch light. I hovered around our fire organ with my camera, feeling small in the larger-than-life atmosphere of “Precompression.”
I’d wandered around the grounds at the raucous pre-Burning Man party at industrial arts... read more
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... read more
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... read more
The Intergalactic Travel Bureau once again opened up shop on August 14, 2014 at 266 W. 37th Street in New York City. Hosted in a gallery space owned by chashama, an organization that gives artists space to create, we helped hundreds of visitors envision their dream getaway to the... read more
Anyone who passed by Guerilla Science’s Enlightenment Party in San Francisco last September would have had reason to look more than once: costumed revellers stood sipping drinks served by peasants while a five-foot rat slunk seamlessly among them. The rat and dirty peasants were not just... read more
Fire and Bass: throughout this year we're pairing up with teams of artists and makers to build three experimental 'Soundscape Sculptures'. In this, our first in a series of posts, we profile the Fire Organ - the many headed hyrdra of flame tubes!
Did you ever wonder why your earbud... read more
Bay Area scientist Kiki Sanford joins Guerilla Science for this guest post on our Scientific Enlightenment Party.
A week or two prior to Halloween I attended a fantastic party themed on the Enlightenment. My role was as host for a salon discussion in a cozy corner room of the... read more