Exhibition

Crafting Anatomies

7 Jan 2015 – 4 Feb 2015

Regular hours

Wednesday
10:00 – 17:00
Thursday
10:00 – 17:00
Friday
10:00 – 17:00
Saturday
11:00 – 15:30
Monday
10:00 – 17:00
Tuesday
10:00 – 17:00

Cost of entry

Free

Bonington Gallery

Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Placing the human body at the centre of a multi-disciplinary dialogue; exploring how this entity has been interpreted, crafted and reimagined in historical, contemporary and future contexts.

About

The exhibition will dissect attitudes and approaches towards contexts of the body by showcasing visionary practices of leading international artists, clinicians and designers. These will be featured alongside anatomical exhibits selected from historical collections including films from The Wellcome Trust archive.

Organs crafted by silk worms, bespoke jewellery cultured from human skin cells, and couture garments constructed using plastic surgery cutting techniques are just some of the speculative projects that will be on display.

43 practitioners in total will take part, including  » Shelly Goldsmith » Amy Congdon »Richard Arm » John Pacey-Lowrie » Juliana Sissons » Karen Ingham » Marloes ten Bhömer » The Human Harp Project and many more.

» Download a copy of the complete artist listings

A series of talks, demonstrations and workshops will also accompany the exhibition, culminating in a symposium to highlight the rigour in approaches to this subject by the individuals featured in the show. Find out more...

This exhibition is curated by Amanda Briggs-Goode, Rhian Solomon and Katherine Townsend – members of the Creative Textiles Research Group at Nottingham Trent University.

RSVP for the Preview event on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 5 pm -  9 pm:
If you would like to attend this event please email boningtongallery@ntu.ac.uk to confirm your attendance.

If you have any questions or enquiries about the Crafting Anatomies events listing please email craftinganatomies@ntu.ac.uk

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Curators

Amanda Briggs-Goode

Katherine Townsend

Rhian Solomon

Exhibiting artists

Kathy Dickinson

John Pacie Lowrie

Di Mainstone / Human Harp

Marloes ten Bhömer

Ana Rajcevic

Sarah Kettley

Marisa Culatto

Amanda Briggs-Goode

Karen Ingham

Hannah White

Jessie White

Alana Tyson

Aminder Virdee

Julia Schuster

Fiona Hamblin

Adriana Ionascu

Lois Pitman

Sandra Fruebing

Jo Cope

Lucy Brown

Julian Ellis

Rhian Solomon

Laura Clarke

Katherine Townsend

Laura Kalman

Anne Brennan

Susie MacMurray

Alexa Wright

Lee Mattocks

Emma Montague

Amy Congdon

Karen Harrigan

Margaret Bushby

Jon Clair

Ania Sadkowska

Cute Circuit

Nuala Clooney

Richard Arm

Shelly Goldsmith

Juliana Sissons

Boudicca

David Gates

Veronica Ranner

Colin Cork

Julie Light

Amanda Cotton

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