Beautiful Science at the British Library: A Review by Isobel Elstob

  We are delighted to publish this guest review by Isobel Elstob who visited the Beautiful Science Exhibition at the British Library for Medical Humanities. The exhibition is showing until 26 May 2014.   Review of Beautiful Science: Picturing Data, Inspiring Insight Folio Society Gallery, British Library 20th February – 26th May, 2014   Isobel […]

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To Have Been What I Always Am, So Changed From What I Was: Reflections on Altered States and Beckett

  London is currently home to productions of four Samuel Beckett plays. A trilogy – Not I, Footfalls and Rockaby – performed by the extraordinary Lisa Dwan, is at the Royal Court Theatre in advance of a transfer to the Duchess Theatre. Across town, Juliet Stevenson takes on the role of Winnie in Happy Days […]

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Guest Piece: Joseph Ting: “Medicine Now, at the Wellcome Collection London: Obesity, The Body, Malaria and Genomes”.

Medicine Now, a permanent exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London, presents a range of ideas about science and medicine since Sir Henry Wellcome’s death in 1936. Designed to broaden engagement with medical science beyond the narrow confines of the laboratory or clinic, Medicine Now presents a cogent multidisciplinary view of four topics, Obesity, The […]

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Ayesha Ahmad: On ‘Mask:Mirror:Membrane’, an exhibition by Deborah Padfield

A recent viewing at the Menier Gallery of Deborah Padfield’s ‘Mask: Mirror: Membrane’ exhibition of images produced from experiences of facial pain, plunged my own experience into that of the perceiver of pain. In collaboration with Professor Joanna Zakrzewska, facial pain patients, and clinicians from UniversityCollege London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Deborah Padfield asked an […]

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