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  • Skin Flick by Adham Faramawy - an image of a face where the skin appears blurred and stretched across the cheeks, with mushrooms appearing from the skin
    November 7, 2019

    New for 2020: GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary

    13 February - 10 May 2020In spring 2020 Science Gallery London will explore personal perspectives on gender today through the lenses of art and science in a new exhibition and events season.GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary will present a kaleidoscopic view of gender and its relationship with science, as well as with factors such as class, culture, race, age and...

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  • August 27, 2019

    Lead the way at Science Gallery London

    Aged 15-25 and want to build your skills, experience and confidence in a unique cultural venue in the heart of London?We are recruiting a group of Young Leaders who represent the incredible talent and diversity of our city, who will help us create a world where young people challenge research and culture to affect change.Young Leaders meet regularly to shape ideas for future...

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  • Description: An installation made up of yellow walls and grey and pink planks of different shapes and sizes propped up against each other, like fragments. Mirrored tiles on the floor reflect screens showing facial expressions – a woman rubbing her head, clasping wrists, and a woman putting a finger to her eye. A woman is just visible on the far right walking through the space
    August 9, 2019

    New season explores living in an age of anxiety

    We all experience anxiety to some extent during our lives.From 19 September, our new exhibition and events season, ON EDGE: Living in an Age of Anxiety, will explore creative and positive responses to our anxious times.ON EDGE will consider different personal experiences of anxiety, how the world around us can cause worry or stress, and our evolutionary impulse to be on edge....

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