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Listening to the City at Rest

August 18, 2016 — by KyleMarian
Researcher, photographer and urban explorer, Bradley L Garrett, joins us for a one-of-a-kind listening experiment to understand how a building’s soundscape changes and affects our sense of wellbeing.  What impact does vertical architecture have on our sonic experience of the city?...
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Blow Your Mind

November 28, 2014 — by louis
This guest blog post is from Shaun Higgins, a performer and youth worker who worked with us to develop Blow Your Mind, a brain-themed experiential event created in participation with young people from South London.    When Guerilla Science asked me to develop Blow Your Mind I couldn’t refuse...
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Tasting Thoughts

May 1, 2014 — by louis
This guest blog post comes from Josh Pollen, one half of London-based food designers Blanch & Shock. Guerilla Science collaborated with Blanch & Shock on our Brain Banquet, and here Josh describes the ideas behind the five-course menu, which formed the centrepiece for the event in March...
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Guerilla Highlights at Lovebox

July 20, 2010 — by Jen
This past weekend we've been Lovebox guerillas in Victoria Park dressed variously as a banana, gorilla, scientist or spaceman. Based in and around the Catflap curated by madcap duo Bearded Kitten and hosted by the tutu-glitter clad Ben Watson, we wowed the crowds and they wowed us....
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In Pictures: Blade Runner

June 21, 2010 — by Zoe
Last week saw us spend six straight days immersed in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner with the Secret Cinema. We were based inside the Eyeworks... ...with Elvis the empathetic robot, ...a visual change test for replicants, ...a menagerie of snakes, ...chameleons, ...and tarantulas, ...as well as an array of ambiguously biotic paraphenalia.