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  • November 4, 2019

    The making of Consider Falling

    Consider Falling is one of the first pieces greeting visitors to ON EDGE: Living in an Age of Anxiety. Rooted in research about depersonalisation disorders (DPD) and interviews with service users at King's College London's Depersonalisation Research Unit,...

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  • An upside down image of a woman's face with white feathers falling onto it
    October 10, 2019

    "I chucked buckets of paint, glitter and washing up liquid over people. It was all for art… and science"

     By Bella SpencerI chucked buckets of paint, glitter and washing up liquid over 7 people. It was all for art… and science.Earlier this year, 11 months into my time as a Young Leader for Science Gallery London, I pitched an idea for a short film to promote the next Young Leader programme...

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  • Science Gallery London's building - a yellow brick building with large glass windows and a large glass tower
    September 25, 2019

    Science Gallery London is one!

    From making lava in Guy’s Courtyard, to keeping skin cells alive in an incubator powered by bees, it’s been a busy first year at Science Gallery London!Our new home at King's College London officially opened on 25 September 2018, marking the end of a long process to transform part...

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