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Latest from the Science Gallery – BIORHYTHM: MUSIC AND THE BODY

The latest exhibition from the Science Gallery – including a contribution from Ian Robertson, who blogs here occasionally.


Are you looking to turn up the music now that summer’s finally here? Keen to find out if there is a formula to create the perfect hit? Want to know what makes us dance?

BIORHYTHM, Science Gallery’s latest exhibition, will explore all of these questions and more in an interactive bonanza of unique sonic experiences, where curators include Professor Ian Robertson, from the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience, musician Gavin Friday and composer Linda Buckley, featuring research by Professor Carol O’ Sullivan’s GV2 group amongst the many experiments and experiences into the sounds around us.

BIORHYTHM opens to the public on July 2nd and runs until October 1st and will feature exhibits ranging from a sonic bed to musical instruments that respond to your heartbeat. BIORHYTHM will be open Tuesday-Friday 12:00-20:00 and Saturday-Sunday 12:00-18:00.

Do you want to be the first to experience BIORHYTHM at Science Gallery? Why not join the exclusive VIP Preview on July 1st (19:00-21:00)

Explore the installations, chat to the artists and enjoy an evening of aural delights.  Tickets (€10) are available for the launch on http://www.sciencegallery.com/events/2010/07/biorhythm-members-preview

However, do you fancy supporting Science Gallery, get FREE into all previews, get priority booking, free WiFi and discounts in the cafe and shop?

Then join as a Science Gallery MEMBER+ today. www.sciencegallery.com/membership_plus

All staff and students at Trinity College can sign up for only €20/year (compared to €30 standard rate) = sign up in Gallery only and please remember to bring your TCD ID.

If you join before June 30th you will automatically be on the guest list for the BIORHYTHM launch on July 1st and you will be entered into a draw to join Science Gallery Crew at Electric Picnic!

We look forward to welcoming you to a musical summer at BIORHYTHM at Science Gallery!

Kind regards

Michael John Gorman

Director of Science Gallery

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