Katherine Templar Lewis
Artist Sean Rogg shakes up reality with an immersive performance like no other.
If you thought real orgies weren't nerve-racking enough, try sitting through a tantric sex film shot in 360 degree virtual reality.
Crying on a night out is usually a sign of a bad time, but the British Museum of Food is teaching booze lovers to turn their tears into drink ingredients. I tried my best to cry my way to a perfect cocktail.
A new installation asks musicians to respond to a robot whose movements are inspired by mathematician Ada Lovelace's work.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer told me he hopes his works will serve as a tool to help “slow communication in this fast paced world.”
I used brain power to control a character in a parkour game, and face planted repeatedly.
Picking a mate based on their pheromones might make for resilient offspring, but you have to create them first.