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
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
It is so vast, it deserves at least a day to survey it with string theorists, levitating explosions, plane workshops, and a celebration of the history of rockets.
11am String Theory and the Origin of Symmetry, Ben Allanach, University of Cambridge
Everyone... read more
Fancy some space tourism? Designer Nelly Ben Hayoun brings us her Soyuz Chair, developed in consultation with astronaut Jean-Pierre Haignere and sound artist Tim Olden and based on the Soviet spacecraft Soyuz.
Lucky volunteers won’t actually go into orbit, but the experience is nothing less than... read more
Astrobiologist and author Lewis Dartnell finds that a stroll through the backstreets of Stoke Newington leads to a holiday on Mars.
The hot summer’s weekend of June 19-20 saw the Guerilla Science team organize an event at Distance, an arts and music festival hosted by the Stoke Newington... read more
The Universe is so vast, surely it deserves at least a day to survey it with telescopes, the latest Hubble images, and a celebration of the history of rockets.
Mysteries of the Universe 1100-1200 Martin White, CERN
Martin, a high energy physicist with... read more
From the beginning of time to particle accelerators and the future of energy, a survey of life (and death), the universe, and everything.
Want To Know When You'll Die? 1100-1200 David Spiegelhalter, University of Cambridge
How long are you going to... read more
Taking our rightful place alongside Thom Yorke, Vivian Westwood and Nick Cave, we performed at Latitude, one of Britain's most refined and thought-provoking music festivals.
The Frog Who Croaked Blue - Friday 17 July 1730-1830
Iconic intellects Wittgenstein, Nabokov and Feynman all shared... read more