ABOUT

Science Gallery London at King’s College London is a space where science and art collide, showcasing collaborations between King's researchers, artists and young adults to address contemporary subjects in a thought-provoking way.

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Curator Producer for GENDERS – Helen Kaplinsky

Helen Kaplinsky is a London-based independent curator and writer. Her projects support artistic conversations that rethink organisational and ownership structures in society, often sharing expanded approaches to tools and technologies. In 2015 she co-founded Res., a mutable curatorial organisation and workspace based in South East London. She has undertaken collections-based fellowships with the Contemporary Art Society and the Arts Council Collection and is a forthcoming doctoral student at Liverpool John Moores University, Exhibition Research Lab within the School of Art and Design. 

Season Advisors

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. 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.

The advisors for GENDERS are:

  • Davina Cooper, Research Professor in Law & Political Theory, Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London
  • Anna Churcher Clarke, Clinical Psychologist
  • Micha Frazer-Carroll, Journalist
  • Caspar Heinemann, Artist and Writer
  • Clemens Kiecker, Senior Lecturer in Developmental Neurobiology, Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry & Neuroscience, King’s College London
  • Anne Pollock, Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine, Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy, King’s College London
  • Victoria Sin, Artist


As a part of King's College London, Science Gallery London is a space where ideas can be freely exchanged. We believe that open and uncensored debate is one of our core purposes as a university, provided it takes place without fear of intimidation and within the framework of the law. We are committed to working together with our visitors, contributors and colleagues to make sure Science Gallery London is a safe platform for free, peaceful and respectful dialogue. Read King's statement on Freedom of Expression.