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A Circus of Art

July 22, 2015 — by Linn
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...
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Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll

July 23, 2014 — by louis
This summer we publish our first book! Penned by Guerilla Science's finest wordsmith, Zoe Cormier, 'Sex Drugs and Rock n’ Roll, the Science of Hedonism and the Hedonism of Science' is released by Profile Books in the UK this August, New Zealand and Australia in September, and the US and Canada in the spring of...
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Sencity: Bass Balloons

November 7, 2011 — by Zoe
Have you ever held a balloon inside a nightclub or rave - or muddy field for that matter - and discovered that it resonates delightfully with the music? The sac of air acts like a natural amplifier for sound waves, and low wave frequencies in particular. Most pleasing. Being a sound...
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Secret Garden Party, Friday July 23: Music & The Mind

July 22, 2010 — by Zoe
Music: a trick of the mind and the ultimate reason festivals happen at all. 11am Rhythm & The Brain, Jessica Grahn, University of Cambridge Learn how regular beats are rooted in biology and why babies can pick up any rhythm. Make friends and discover how...
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