One of those exhibitions was called Biorhythms: Music and the Body, and was seen by more than 60,000 people in Dublin last summer.

It explores why our bodies react differently to hearing Lady Gaga and Beethoven.

Now, it has opened at the Eyebeam Art and Technology Centre in Chelsea, Manhattan as part of the World Science Festival.

It's the first time that the Science Gallery has taken an exhibition overseas, and also the first time that the World Science Festival has ever invited an exhibition to participate in its program.


Take a Tour of Chelsea-Based Art Group's Eclectic Holiday Mixer

Amanda McDonald Crowley, executive director of non-profit Eyebeam, walks us through the group's unconventional holiday mixer over the weekend at the art and technology center's Chelsea digs. The merry mixer -- thrown by trendy event group Mean Red -- was host to interactive art, DIY gifts, a book launch and even several seven-deadly-sins-themed snowglobes.

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