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Post-Grad Community Tour: GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary

Event date
27 February 2020 (2.30pm to 4pm)
Post-Grad Community Tour: GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary

UAL postgraduate Students (MA and PhD) are invited to join Post-Grad Community for a tour of the Science Gallery London's latest exhibition GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary.

This is an opportunity to join other post-grads from across UAL to explore personal perspectives on gender today through the lenses of art and science in a new exhibition and events season. The exhibition will present a kaleidoscopic view of gender and its relationship with science, as well as with factors such as class, culture, race, age and sexuality. Bringing together artists, social scientists, biologists, neuroscientists and activists, the playful new season will draw on research from many academic fields at King’s College London.

"The season draws on growing scientific consensus that the fixed categories of ‘female’ and ‘male’ and the separation between the ‘natural’ and social sciences are simultaneously becoming less distinct”, said curator, Helen Kaplinsky. “We invite visitors to question the inequalities and adaptations emerging in relation to gender, identity and society in this moment of flux."

To book a place, please email us at with your name, course and college.

For more information on the exhibition, please visit the Science Gallery London website.

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