The theme of this Exhibition is about medecine, body and health. It's about the meaning to been a human body.They had some biomedical reserch and they trying to make people think about science by using art, interacted display. Also get abroad view of what it is.
The size of the area is quite small when I first saw it. But as I walked in, the area of the exihibition is quite big actrually. The light is warm and it's comfortable. Because I came so early, so there are not many people inside.And it's quiet in the exhibition room.
Neural Nexus is produced by Pat York, she's Amwrican and the workis Imbue print.
The Artist used her camera to document the inside world of the human body. She's fascinated by the complex patterns inside the body, she choose to produce simple black and white image such as this one, she shows the human brain, spina cord and the frayed nerve endings.
I like the idea of putting human brain, spina cord and the frayed nerve togetherin one peice.
Sence is produced by Annie Cattrell,she's scottish.
This order of the sculptures illustrate the movement of patterns of the human brain as it responds to the five sense: Sight, Smell, Hearing, Touch and Taste. These 3D sculpture was a scan of the five sense inside the brain.
The artist is William Cobbing.The stage procee of organism has revealed that the same structures have adapted for different aim in different animals: a bat's wing evolved fromits ancestor's fingers and human ear bones evolved from the same structure as reptile jaws. The artist explores the human pelvis and skull may also have the same stage process. "Palindrome" was inspired by a section in J G Ballard's The Atrocity Exhibition, in witch a character imagines that "the bones of the pelvis may constitute the remains of a lost sacral skull".