The exhibition features, among many other objects: ancient fossils, fine art, modern Inuit sculpture, Darwin’s only surviving egg from the Beagle voyage, a rare dodo skeleton and a state-of-the art digital instrument that searches for sub-atomic particles in the frozen depths of Antarctica.

It looks at the limits as well as the frontiers of knowledge, the intersection between art and science and the connections between visionary thinking and scientifically-observed vision. Crumbs.

When: January 31 – April 27

Where: Two Temple Place, 2 Temple Place, London, WC2R 3BD

Tickets: Entry is free. Click here for more information and opening times.