From SuperCulture series at The Book Club, to the colourful fields of Shambala and the erotic evenings of Queer Attraction Lab, 2018 was a busy year for Viren Swami. We chatted to him about his most memorable experiences as a Guerilla Scientist.
GS: How did... read more
Rachel Williams, neuroscience PhD student and producer of our London-based Queer Attraction Lab events, discusses why she thinks the project is important.
GS: What made you want to get involved with the project?
Rachel: I’ve hosted Attraction Lab events in the... read more
Katharine Round, documentary filmmaker and producer, reflects on her fascination with how we interpret consciousness and what she discovered from devising Escape to Reality, our film installation shown at FutureFest this summer.
I’ve... read more
On July 15, the sun blazed down on Gunnersbury Park for a sweltering Citadel Festival. Guerilla Science took the reigns for a four-hour takeover of the Science Camp, where we explored space physiology, taste trickery, and the complexity of crushes. Rachel Williams, neuroscientist and science... read more
Jamie Perera, sound artist and composer, created the soundtrack for Escape to Reality - our film installation shown at FutureFest in June. He shares his thoughts on the creative process he went through to develop the composition.
For the last few months, I’ve been considering the realities... read more
For one weekend at the end of June, Guerilla Science took over a house on Governor’s Island during FIGMENT festival, and filled it to the brim. We featured works from our artist-scientist residency, some of our greatest hits like Space Yoga and Flavor Feast, and even a secret Freudian... read more
On Sunday 15 July, we're back at Citadel festival, following a fantastic debut last year! Our four-hour Science Camp takeover will teach you to stretch like an astronaut, tingle your taste buds as we investigate flavour, and you might even get lucky as we explore human attraction... read more
Have a listen to the sounds of the Mutant Circus at the Eden Project in beautiful Cornwall - expect less buzzing and more beats, expertly curated by Dr Fly himself.
In May 2018, the Eden Project became the perfect stage for the Mutant Circus as our mutant fruit flies welcomed... read more
In May 2018, the Mutant Circus will be buzzing on over to the Eden Project in Cornwall for one weekend only to hold a magnifying glass to the world of fruit fly research. Meet our four deviant Drosophila and their enthusiastic Ringmaster as they quiz your mutant credentials and demonstrate that big... read more
Is sugar naughty or nice? In December 2017, we created a very special winter pop-up, exploring all things sweet. Sweet Shoppe featured a diverse programme of sugary installations and activities, including a titillating adults-only experience...
The Sweet Shoppe pop-up that... read more