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Heirloom and The Body Collected, as seen by the curators, meeting with Louise Whiteley and Malthe Bjerregaard

Louise Whiteley and Malthe Bjerregaard present the exhibition The Body Collected and the artwork by Gina Czarnecki & John Hunt Heirloom a living portrait of the artists's daughters based on the own cells, within the framework of the Medical Museion [http://www.museion.ku.dk/] in Copenhagen scope and aims. They discuss the specific and ethical issues raised by displaying human dead bodies and body parts on the one hand and living tissue on the other in a museum.

This podcast is linked to the one with Gina Czarnecki and John Hunt who discuss the same work from the point of view of the artist and the scientist who created Heirloom.

Enregistré par Annick Bureaud le 27 mai 2016 à Copenhague dans le cadre du projet Trust Me, I'm An Artist [http://olats.org/trustme/trustme.php], soutenu financièrement par le programme Creative Europe de l’Union Européenne.

Jingles et habillage sonore Jean-Yves Leloup, musiques Carl Harms, David James Elliott "The Wire", Sergey Lopoukha "Lull" (Universal Production Music Publishing), Stefanski "Last Light Lament" (Atmos Production Music/UNIPPM)

Direct download: Podcast_Whiteley-Bjerregaard.mp3
Category:Audiolats -- posted at: 3:43pm CDT