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Operating fields: medical imaging across art and science

Operating fields: medical imaging across art and science
Operating fields: medical imaging across art and science
Operating Fields: Medical Imaging Across Art and Science

The exhibition is a collaboration with NTNU and the interdisciplinary research projects Inside out: New images and imaginations of the body and Picturing the brain: Perspectives on neuroimaging. Both projects explore the intersections of art and science in the field of medical imaging. The collaboration involves scientists, researchers and artists. A closing conference for the projects will be held at Dokkhuset on the 3rd and 4th of September and will include artist talks by the exhibiting artists.

At Babel Christina Lammer presents two video installations. Mirror Mirror (2014) where a young facially paralyzed girl performs her exercises at home in front of the mirror. She is already several years after nerve and muscle transplantation. Hand Movie 0 (2012) is part of a video series that was produced in the operating theatre of plastic and reconstructive surgery where the artist explores gestures of surgeons. With her camera she follows touching moments of surgical treatment and illuminates aesthetic and particularly empathetic aspects in the operating field.

Andrew Carnie’s installation Magic Forest is a dreamlike journey through a growing brain’s development and its organizing of neurons. Based on scientific results, 162 slides show how neurons expand into a shape resembling trees and other organic material. The installation was made after a collaboration with neuroscientists at Kings College and was presented at the Science Museum in London in 2002.

Andrew Carnie works visually with pictures of the brain and neurons both in painting and larger installations. He is a well-known artist and academic working closely with scientists and research results. Carnie lives and works in Winchester and London as an artist and lecturer. He studied chemistry and painting, zoology, psychology before gaining a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College and an MA in painting at the Royal College of Art. He often works with time-based installations that slowly unfold their narrative. http://www.andrewcarnie.co.uk
Carnie, Andrew
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(2014) Operating fields: medical imaging across art and science.

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Operating Fields: Medical Imaging Across Art and Science

The exhibition is a collaboration with NTNU and the interdisciplinary research projects Inside out: New images and imaginations of the body and Picturing the brain: Perspectives on neuroimaging. Both projects explore the intersections of art and science in the field of medical imaging. The collaboration involves scientists, researchers and artists. A closing conference for the projects will be held at Dokkhuset on the 3rd and 4th of September and will include artist talks by the exhibiting artists.

At Babel Christina Lammer presents two video installations. Mirror Mirror (2014) where a young facially paralyzed girl performs her exercises at home in front of the mirror. She is already several years after nerve and muscle transplantation. Hand Movie 0 (2012) is part of a video series that was produced in the operating theatre of plastic and reconstructive surgery where the artist explores gestures of surgeons. With her camera she follows touching moments of surgical treatment and illuminates aesthetic and particularly empathetic aspects in the operating field.

Andrew Carnie’s installation Magic Forest is a dreamlike journey through a growing brain’s development and its organizing of neurons. Based on scientific results, 162 slides show how neurons expand into a shape resembling trees and other organic material. The installation was made after a collaboration with neuroscientists at Kings College and was presented at the Science Museum in London in 2002.

Andrew Carnie works visually with pictures of the brain and neurons both in painting and larger installations. He is a well-known artist and academic working closely with scientists and research results. Carnie lives and works in Winchester and London as an artist and lecturer. He studied chemistry and painting, zoology, psychology before gaining a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College and an MA in painting at the Royal College of Art. He often works with time-based installations that slowly unfold their narrative. http://www.andrewcarnie.co.uk

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Submitted date: 28 August 2014
Organisations: Winchester School of Art

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Local EPrints ID: 386777
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/386777
PURE UUID: 8f01a5ba-c4f7-47ae-837c-e43c0ab24305

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Date deposited: 08 Feb 2016 14:34
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 19:47

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