In early 2017, Guerilla Science invited emerging NYC artists for a Fire Organ residency to compose works that explore the relationship of music and the physical properties of sound. On October 15th, join us a for one-night-only celebration of sound & fire at National Sawdust featuring... read more
This guest blog post is from Matthew Duckett, a Guerilla Science collaborator and structural engineer with Buro Happold. Matt and his colleagues worked with us to build the Fire Organ, a flaming tower of awesomeness that's touring the UK throughout summer and autumn 2015.
My first... read more
We were at the National Maritime Museum on June 13th as part of their free late night exhibition, Visions of the Universe! We took the audience on a Sonic Tour of the Universe and asked the question: what does space sound like?
Our new addition Shaun Higgins revised the tour - first... read more
This weekend our Sonic Tour of the Brain will make its debut performance at the Barbican, part of the Brain Waves Weekender!
You can listen to download, and (we hope) enjoy the auditory tour of the mind here. If you are enjoying this tour in the heart of the Barbican Mezzanine - lucky... read more
Whenever I tell people about our audio tours of the universe (which we hosted at Camden's Roundhouse this past Sunday as part of the Turning Point festival, and back in June at the Stoke Newington International Airport) they almost always say: "But isn't space silent?"
Not if we... read more
A guest post by cosmologist Andrew Pontzen, on his experience with us at the Green Man festival in Wales.
I’d like to begin by thanking a cafe in Cambridge. It lends, free of charge, umbrellas to its patrons. Not just any umbrellas: these are the kind of ten-feet-wide... read more
The sublime Brecon Beacons beckon. Catch us August 20 to 22 in Einstein's Garden.
Sounds of the Universe: Lewis Dartnell & Andrew Pontzen
Walks: Friday 1330 & 1630, Saturday 1100, 1400 & 1715, Sunday 1300 & 1545
Talks: Friday 1630 w/ Andrew & Sat 1330 w/ Lewis, Yurt... read more