About: About Science Gallery London

Science Gallery London is a new cultural venue where art and science collide. The programme connects art, science and health to drive innovation in the heart of the city. A flagship project for King’s College London, the Gallery focuses on engaging 15–25-year-olds in cutting-edge research in science, the arts and design. Through exhibitions and events, Science Gallery London brings together scientists, artists, students and local communities in new and innovative ways to stimulate fresh thinking.

BLOOD: Life Uncut is a pop-up season taking place across various sites in London Bridge and Peckham in the lead up to the new Gallery opening in spring 2018.

The new permanent Gallery, currently still under construction, will be based in a renovated Georgian building on King’s College London Guy’s Campus at the foot of The Shard in London Bridge.

Science Gallery London is part of the Global Science Gallery Network connecting scientists to artists worldwide. Each Science Gallery will provide its home city with a platform for live research and experimentation – exposing local communities to unexpected and surprising exhibitions and inspiring the next generation of creative thinkers.


Curatorial Advisors

To reflect Science Gallery London’s aspiration to act as a catalyst for creative collaborations in art and science, we draw on the expertise of a group of people who approach the season topic from their individual artistic or scientific perspectives. Our curatorial advisors help Science Gallery London to shape the content and direction of the season so that it becomes something that has credence in their respective worlds.

Linda Barber
Senior lecturer, Division of Cancer Studies, King’s College London

Sabrina Mahfouz
Playwright, poet and screenwriter

David Rees
Consultant Paediatric Haematologist, King’s College Hospital, London

Mike Shattock
Professor of Cellular Cardiology, St Thomas’ Hospital London



Andy Franzkowiak

Andy is an award-winning creative producer who specialises in science/art projects and site-specific works. He is co-director of Shrinking Space – an arts and science production company who have worked with European Space Agency, Rutherford Appleton Labs, NASA, British Science Festival, King’s College London, New Scientist and Somerset House.


27 July - 1 November Blood