Friday 19 October 2012
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead
Artist and BALTIC Professor Christine Borland has been developing research links between medical, scientific and contemporary art practice; her collaborative project with fellow artist Brody Condon explores the dynamic of the anatomy dissection theatre and its’ constituency, considering the potential for performance and role-play within this context.
The research for their project Circles of Focus was the foundation for a one-day symposium which was presented on 19 October 2012.
This interdisciplinary event, held at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art will included presentations by international experts – medical educators Dr Quentin Fogg and Professor Alan Bleakley, curator and art writer Dr Francis McKee, author Dr Ruth Richardson, bioethics lecturer Dr Simon Woods, Death Studies lecturer Dr John E Troyer, performance and Nordic LARP researcher Jaakko Stenros, in addition to artists Christine Borland and Brody Condon.
Audio documentation of Death Animations is available to listen to by appointment at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.
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