Fringe News: Ologism – Science As Nature Didn’t Intend

OLOGISM - PHOTO 1 copyVacuum-packing audience members on-stage and reading minds with a single piece of metal technology are just some of the quirks to expect from popular science-inspired rock band Ologism this Friday and Saturday night.

The three-piece band returns to Adelaide once again to entertain music lovers, science enthusiasts and Fringe goers with their original rock, punk, pop and soul music performances and live on-stage science demonstrations.

No issue of science, technology, engineering or innovation is too serious, too complex or too close to the cutting edge to inspire Ologism.

Featuring one of Australia’s most prominent science communicators and performers, Chris Krishna-Pillay, and ARIA-award winning guitarist, Marty Lubran – who has also recorded music for popular TV show Offspring and film The Castle – Ologism is a line-up with unique credibility.

Ologism has exposed air showers, looked for lost bees and revealed the cyber nose; they’ve fallen in love with spuds, been angry with ants and searched for the island of stability, and they’re not done yet.

They are science and rock as nature didn’t intend.



Science Exchange Auditorium (RiAus)

55 Exchange Place

Adelaide SA 5000



Friday 8 March

Saturday 9 March



8pm (show runs for an hour)



Adults $18

Children $13

For purchase at Fringe TIX


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