Art Gallery taps into one of the overlooked senses in art

    A new art exhibit explores the compelling odors of a london flat, the seduction of human pheromones, and a smell map of West Philly. The Esther Klein Art Gallery at the University City Science Center is tapping into one of the overlooked senses in art – scent. WHYY’s Health and Science reporter Kerry Grens strolled through the exhibit with an olfaction scientist to find out the biology of the smellscape.

    A new art exhibit explores the compelling odors of a london flat, the seduction of human pheromones, and a smell map of West Philly. The Esther Klein Art Gallery at the University City Science Center is tapping into one of the overlooked senses in art – scent. WHYY’s Health and Science reporter Kerry Grens strolled through the exhibit with an olfaction scientist to find out the biology of the smellscape.

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