Why do humans strive for perfection?
A wave of new science and technology allows us to modify, hack and transform our lives into our own personal perfection. By holding up a mirror to our own ideals, Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin’s upcoming exhibition, PERFECTION reflects ever-changing ideas of scientific precision, body augmentation and perfect imperfection.
With growing cultural pressures to look and live in an ideal way, is striving for perfection a positive goal? Or is imperfection what sustains life and creates diversity and difference?
A New Age of Activism
What role does art play in activism? Should artists and designers be responsible for advocating social, cultural and political issues? How can creativity be used as a vehicle for raising silenced voices and opinions to ultimately mobilise change?Read More
SCIENCE FOR THE LOVE OF IT: MARY MULVIHILL AWARD PRESENTATION 2019
The Mary Mulvihill Award was established by the family and friends of the late Mary Mulvihill (1959–2015) to honour her memory and her work in science journalism, science communication and heritage and to promote her legacy.Read More
OPENSHOP: The Shared Mind
How do we communicate without words? Can we use music a universal language? Is there any proof to show we are exchanging thoughts?Read More