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What they say about us...
“Where we could have been left peering voyeuristically. [TRAUMA at Science Gallery Dublin] bravely dissects trauma, teasing out the visceral, the bloody, the taboo, and the hopeful and the inventive. It becomes beautiful, sad, disturbing, humorous, even, occasionally, fun.”
Shaoni Bhattacharya, New Scientist, Read the article.
"The highly acclaimed Science Gallery on Dublin’s Pearse Street has been bringing cutting-edge developments in science, technology and the arts to the public since 2008, through interactive and award-winning exhibits... It is not difficult to see why the idea is proving so successful."
Ann O'Dea, Silicon Republic. Read the article.
“Like all good exhibitions, LIFELOGGING doesn’t provide answers to the many thousands of other questions that it prompts, but it is an entertaining and thought-provoking venue for raising those
ideas, and Science Gallery provides the intellectual space necessary to initiate and sustain these essential conversations.”
GrrlScientist, The Guardian. Read the article.
"HUMAN + aims to examine the cultural and social impact of new technologies in human development and incorporates the work of artists, biologists, roboticists, architects and philosophers. The result is a combination of art installations, science and technology experiments, participatory experiences, lab settings and historical artefacts."
Olivia Solon, Wired. Read the article.
"This exhibition certainly challenged convention, granting a rare opportunity for art and science to collide in a supernova of imaginative energy."
Anthony King, Nature. Read the article (subscription required).