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SCIENCE PROGRAMME NOW ONLINE...
 
BUILD A GIANT GOLEM
Over the course of 12 hours, join us in building a sculpture in the form of a giant Golem, constructed from copper, mud and clay, sourced from the paddle down the canal and from the earth of the cemetery park, which holds the remains of 380,000 people.
The workshop will be led by the world's foremost biological artists, Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr, in conjunction with Shuffle and Abi Aspen Glencross of the Tissue Engineering and Biophotonics Department at Kings College London.  At sundown, the living cell samples shall be embedded into the Golem and it will be kept alive until morning by the heat of the cemetery park's decomposing matter.  200 years after Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, explore our modern relationship of the creator and the created. The Golem is a body without a soul, and is semi-living: The Shuffle Golem will contain both living and non-living components; ranging from mammalian cells and microbiome of bacterial life.  
GET OVER THE MOON 
Get up close + personal with the moon crater gazing and lunar exploration following the setting moon with a telescope and projecting every detail 3m high! Then come by from 4am to 7am for playful interactive projections and mellow moving images.
WALK WITH THE BIRDS
Join David Darrell Lambert for a morning walk at the edges of the cemetery park to explore the birds that make their homes alongside humans and their houses, rather than in the trees. Learn how the city accommodates different species of birds who have adopted behaviours compatible with London. 
 
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