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  • December 14, 2016

    Finding a voice for Keats

    Born in Moorgate in 1795, John Keats trained at Guy's Hospital before turning to poetry in his early 20's. A statue of Keats, which sits on a bench on King's College London's Guy's Campus around the corner from Science Gallery London, became the subject for our MOUTHY creative writing competition:...

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  • November 28, 2016

    'Can I stroke the tongues?' Parnyan, our first Mediator, on her stint at Terminal Sulcus

    Third year dental student Parnyan Ashtari was the first person employed as a Science Gallery London Mediator. Here she writes about her experience invigilating Beatrice Haines' installation Terminal Sulcus, shedding light on the artwork in unexpected ways and sparking surprising conversations.

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  • November 17, 2016

    Urban photography, chewing gum, and the riddle of life itself...

    As part of MOUTHY, visual-artist Effie Paleologou has added to her photographic series 'Microcosms,' this time taking a forensic look at the gum-covered pavements near the site of Science Gallery London. To complement her photographic work Effie collaborated with Jonathan Richardson, a fungal...

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