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|Title: ||Anatomy Lessons|
|Authors: ||Ingham, Karen|
|Issue Date: ||Sep-2003|
|Publisher: ||AHRC/ Wellcome Trust|
|Citation: ||INGHAM, K. September 2003- July 2004. Anatomy Lessons. [Touring exhibition].|
|Abstract: ||Practice-led interdisciplinary research, linked to post-doctoral investigations into representations, historical and contemporary, of the anatomical theatre and the biomedical domain. Research questions how contemporary collaborations between artists and bio-scientists are re-invigorating the discourse between medicine, technology and art, focusing on a post-modern re-framing of the Dutch Anatomy Lesson paintings. Methods incorporate: collaborations with anatomists and anatomy theatres in Padua, Dublin, London, Edinburgh and Cardiff; exhibitions of large-scale photographic artworks; DVD projections. Unprecedented permission from HM Inspector of Anatomy allowing public to view work in functioning dissecting rooms whilst simultaneously exhibiting in galleries and museums as a cross fertilisation of science and art.|
|Description: ||Published as hardback book 2004, Dewi Lewis Publishing, UK, Europe and Worldwide ISBN 1-904587-14-3, 64 pages text, 42 colour photographs. Reviews include Gen Doy, (2005) The Art Book, Vol.12 Issue 2, May 2005, London and Harvard: Blackwell, pp. 49-50 and cover image. Exhibitions include: 2003, The National Museum and Gallery of Wales and the Anatomical Dissecting Rooms at The School of Biosciences, Cardiff University; Dec 2003 – Feb 2004, part of 'Elsewhere', Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, ISBN 0 903 189 69 0; June 2004, Dissecting Rooms at Guy’s Anatomy Dept., the Old Operating Theatre Museum, and The Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine, London; July 2004, The Anatomy Museum, Edinburgh Medical School and The Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh. Published papers include: 7th International Death, Dying and Disposal conference, University of Bath, in ‘Mortality’ (2005) Vol.10: Routledge ISSN 1357-6275; Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis and the Theatre Studies Department of the University of Amsterdam (2006) with key essay (2008) in (ed. Maaike Bleeker) University of Amsterdam Press ‘Anatomy That Is Alive! Theatrical Bodies and (Dis)embodied Minds’. Associated pieces include: 30 exhibition prints, DVD and publications.|
|Appears in Collections:||Lens-Art|
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