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Brief Published: 16 Aug 2012

Super/Collider Science Weekend


Super/Collider – a British non-profit agency that investigates science through art – is curating two days of science talks, demonstrations and screenings this weekend in London. Topics vary from alternative energy sources and urban air quality to urban farming.

To celebrate the event, Super/Collider has commissioned London-based product designer Patrick Stevenson-Keating to design a range of conceptual fuel pumps to investigate ‘What will power the fuel pumps of tomorrow?’ The installation is inspired by the location of the Science Weekend – Kings Cross Filling Station, London. The former petrol station has since become a pop-up restaurant and exhibition space.

Super/Collider Science Weekend runs from August 17-19 2012 at Kings Cross Filling Station, London.


Patrick Stevenson-Keating