Previous exhibitions at Science Gallery

  • 10.06.1724.09.17

    SOUND CHECK

    MAKE IT. PLAY IT.

    Break out your old mix tapes, swing your way to melodic bliss or rock up to our NOISE STUDIO to make your own synth. SOUND CHECK promises a noisy cacophony that will make your hair stand on end and your stomach vibrate! Visitors to SOUND CHECK become performers alongside hackers, designers and scientists, inventing new instruments and collaborating to explore the outer edge of tomorrow’s sound.

     

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  • 10.02.1721.05.17

    HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY

    In an automated world, will it be time to put humans out to pasture? Are we hurtling together towards a leisure-time utopia or robot-tended human zoos? Will the notion of work transform completely if machines really can do everything better, faster and for longer?

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  • 14.10.1622.01.17

    DESIGN AND VIOLENCE

    DESIGN AND VIOLENCE was an exhibition developed in co-production by The Museum of Modern Art, New York (MoMA) and Science Gallery Dublin, continuing an online curatorial experiment originally hosted by MoMA. It explored the manifestations of violence in contemporary society and featured works from the original curatorial selection alongside new works and artefacts.

     

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  • 24.06.1625.09.16

    SEEING

    WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT?

    Is vision just one way to see? How do our brains interpret what’s in front of our eyes? How do machines understand what they’re looking at, and will they change how we look at the world?

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  • 11.03.1606.06.16

    Field Test

    RADICAL ADVENTURES IN FUTURE FARMING

    Make hay while the sun shines, or when the sensors say? Will plant and agrifood research innovate to meet global consumption, or will farms change into factories, food forests or even theme parks?

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  • 20.11.1521.02.16

    Trauma

    Built to break

    How does trauma affect the brain, the body, the national psyche, or all three? How do buildings, bodies, artworks and stories record the traumas of our past? How do we bounce back after a trauma, and how is our understanding of trauma’s lasting effect changing?

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  • 07.08.1501.11.15

    Secret

    Nothing to see here

    From government surveillance to Hollywood spoilers, everyone has a secret. How do scientists,hackers, spies, journalists, psychologists, criminals, companies and governments approach this new world of secrets? From Easter eggs to cryptocurrencies, puzzles to politics, SECRET asks what needs to be be revealed, and what should remain hidden.

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  • 05.03.1519.07.15

    Home\Sick

    Post domestic bliss

    HOME\SICK: POST-DOMESTIC BLISS looks at the meanings of home, from rubbish to robots and microbes to micro-dwellings, and asks whether the changing nature of home is for better or worse.

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  • 13.02.1517.04.15

    Lifelogging

    Do you count?

    From critical to creative, LIFELOGGING asks ‘where do we go from here’ and question whether we can record and analyse happiness, beauty and aesthetics the same way we record footsteps and heartbeats. This exhibition will explore novel methods for capturing data, for visualising, and for analysing the insights that new data affords us about ourselves and society.

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  • 24.10.1423.01.15

    BLOOD

    NOT FOR THE FAINT-HEARTED

    Our human preoccupation with blood runs deep, and as a species we’ve had plenty of time to prod and poke, paint and proselytise about blood. So what remains? What mystery persists about blood, and how does this exhibition probe it? Why are we still interested in blood?

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