Design and Violence is the current exhibition of the Science Gallery located at the far North East of Trinity College territory.
The new exhibition started mid October and runs until the 22nd of January. It offers some unique insights into the secrets of violence and its expression through design – and is free! Do not miss out the first floor as many visitors would think that the exhibition ends on the ground floor. Often some hidden gems are the best! For instance, in this new exhibition you can try out a Virtual Reality headset being in a cage! Curious? Go and find out!
The cafe in the Gallery is lovely too and I usually enjoy a bowl of soup there during lunch times or a quick coffee in the afternoon independently of the kind of exhibition is currently being hosted.
If you have a look at the website of the Science Gallery you will find plenty of events happening every day. It could be a talk by someone famous in a certain field of science, or a movie or even a party! Do not forget to register if you want to attend, in most cases those events would be free as well.
Ah, forgot to mention a little techno shop right in front of the cafe, I have already found some crazy things in there!