WHAT is the nature of scientific truth?
An exhibition, No Such Thing As Gravity, explores the limits of science where the absence of established facts may leave room for new theories, alternative science and conspiracy theories. As the title suggests, theoretical physicists are still, even today, not in agreement about what gravity actually is, although the latest discoveries at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider are getting closer to a proof of the laws of physics.
No Such Thing As Gravity is interested in working with scientists and artists who face up to, and address, these issues in an honest way.
No Such Thing As Gravity is on at FACT Liverpool until February 5, 2017.
The exhibition is free, for more information go to www.fact.co.uk
Last year’s production of Peter Pan by All Souls Dramatic Club