An exhibition exploring biomimicry and bio-inspiration in architecture, through materials and installations that grow, decompose, sense and respond to their surroundings.

25 JUNE–1 JULY 2012


The telescopes of the IAC Observatory on La Palma offers astronomers some of the best night-sky views on earth. Every evening, their giant optics track across the sky, imaging hazy nebulae and distant galaxies. As part of their ongoing ‘24 Hours, Here’ series, photographer John Hooper and filmmaker Mike Moloney were invited by super/collider to capture the otherworldly island at the edge of the universe.

29 JULY – 13 AUGUST 2011
- PAST EXHIBITION with super/collider -


Nanoplastica presents a plastic menagerie scanned using 3D Microcomputer Tomograph X-ray Technology. These bright creatures seem both hyperreal and surreal, challenging us to decide where biology ends and technology begins.

21–23 June 2012

Less Is More

Gallery Nosco presents a group show featuring kinetic work by RCA graduate Mark Davey, the analogue-digital translations of Micah Schippa as well as artworks by Camilla Emson, Naomi Doran, Kareem Lotfy and Simon Thompson hosted at So Far, the Future.

18 MAY – 01 JUNE 2012

Plastic Alchemy

An exhibition revealing the expressive potential of an everyday material, through the handcrafted high-tech creations of design and research studio Silo

15 March – 4 April 2012

Onomatopee 50.5-50.8: NEST 2011

Group Exhibition of Nest 2011, talk and launch of Onomatopee’s NEST 2011 box-set!

Presented by Onomatopee in collaboration with The Royal College of Arts Critical Writing in Arts and Design programme, hosted by So Far the Future

24–26 February 2012

The Dot and Line

An exhibition of typography and design celebrating the various design manifestations of these most basic of marks, from grids, punches, and manuals to the spaces between thoughts …

Spring 2012

TWELVE Days of Science and Design

A pop-up science and design-led alternative Christmas market.

8–20 DECEMBER 2011


An exhibition of typographic explorations
into language’s labyrinthine pathways



Digital Handmade presents illustrator Chris Haughton’s new way of designing, bringing Fairtrade craft together with technology.

1–7 DECEMBER 2011