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Friday, 29 May 2015 - 3:00pm
Janice Aitken, Philip Coates, Gina Czarnecki, Alan Fairlamb, Paul Felts, Morgan Petrie, Margaret Smith. Chaired by Sarah Cook.
This debate is part of Material Concerns - an exhibition that explores consent in donation and use of human tissue in life, art and scientific research. In 2010, artist Gina Czarnecki initiated a programme of debates exploring issues around permission and consent, donation and participation, and art and ethics. This stemmed from her series of work called Wasted, exploring the life-giving potential of 'discarded' body parts and their relationship to myth. Palaces, a sculpture from the Wasted series, is currently on display in LifeSpace as part of the ongoing Material Concerns exhibition. The debate seeks to continue discussions about the ethics of ‘bio-art’ and we welcome participation from scientists and artists from across the University.
Thursday, 5 February 2015 - 6:00pm
Gina Czarnecki, David Connearn, Carolee Schneemann, Verena Friedrich and Alec Finlay alongside current research and historical artefacts from the University of Dundee.
An art exhibition that explores consent in donation and use of human tissue in life, art and scientific research.
Including work by Gina Czarnecki, David Connearn, Carolee Schneemann, Verena Friedrich and Alec Finlay alongside current research and historical artefacts from the University of Dundee.
Thursday, 5 February 2015 - 5:00pm
Alec Finlay, Gina Czarnecki and Sarah Cook
Please join us for an exhibition tour of Material Concerns with artists Alec Finlay and Gina Czarnecki and curator Sarah Cook
Saturday, 8 November 2014 - 3:00pm
Artist Tabitha Moses with scientist Prof Irwin McLean and curator Sarah Cook
For Dundee Science Festival and College of Life Sciences Open Doors Day, artist Tabitha Moses, scientist Prof. Irwin McLean and curator Dr. Sarah Cook spoke about their work in the context of the exhibition Scales of Life.
Tabitha Moses spoke about her series of works Threshhold (The Sublime Skin) which featured in Scales of Life.
Saturday, 4 October 2014 - 3:00pm
Curator Sarah Cook, artists Elaine Shemilt and Thomson & Craighead, and scientist Dr. Nick Schurch
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