The Science Gallery London's latest exhibition is now open to the public.
Testing Ground is an exhibition of five new collaborations between King’s researchers and their creative partners, revealing how conversations between artists, researchers, and wider communities can change the ways we think about and engage with the world around us.
This free exhibition features collaborative projects between King’s researchers and creative practitioners that explore how conversations can change the ways we think about and engage with the world around us.
Testing Ground will run until Thursday 20 January 2023. You can find the Science Gallery London on Guy’s Campus, with the exhibition open from Tuesday to Saturday 10.30 - 17.30.
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Alongside the exhibition Testing Ground, there are free events, tours, and workshops that you can take part in - sign up to keep up to date with the latest events.
Get to know the Science Gallery London
What is Science Gallery London?
The Science Gallery London is part of King’s, a place to grow new ideas across art, science and health. A space for exhibitions, events, talks, workshops, collaborations, greenhouse gatherings and more.
Where is Science Gallery London?
You can find the Science Gallery London at Guy’s campus on Great Maze Pond. We’re opposite the Shard and on the courtyard near The Shed.
Who do we collaborate with?
We collaborate with students at King’s, young people in the local area of Southwark and Lambeth, King’s researchers, artists and wider communities.
What can you do at Science Gallery London?
You can quite simply hang out, or study, there’s also a café here. When there’s events on, sign up and take part - they’re free! And when there’s exhibitions on, look around, interact and be inspired, it’s a place to expand your mind.