The artwork combines mixed reality, 3D printing, sound, photography and film, to lead the audience through the journey of organotypic artificial skin cells, during their short, precious, three weeks long ‘in-vitro’ life. The piece follows the cells from operating theatre, where they are taken from donors via tummy tucks, breast surgery, etc, to the eczema genetic research lab, where they are processed and maintained outside of the body, genes are switched on and off, and finally to disposal.
Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh
Beverley is an artist and Reader in Technological Embodiment and Creative Practice, Director of Research and Unit of Assessment REF Coordinator for Design, at Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh. Her research practice interrogates the impact of technology on relationships, the body and human experience, through the creation of practice-based projects and writing. A longstanding research interest is live performance using technology and interdisciplinary collaboration.
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