14.3.12

The Visible Human Project


The Visible Human Project was developed in response to calls by U.S. based academic medical centres for a complete, anatomically ‘normal’ image set of the human body in the public domain. Launched through the U.S. National Library of Medicine in November 1994 the VHP made publicly available the first digitisation of an entire human corpse. The Visible Male was one Joseph Jernigan, an executed convict who had donated his body to science. For the first time it was possible to view and interact with a whole human body via computer, which allowed unprecedented public access to the bodily interior. 

Tonal space

Yayoi Kusama 

Katrien Steenssens , snowscape

Volcanic ash beds, Santa Barbara County, California, 1931


concrete bollards, Japan 

  Jeff Schmaltz, Earth Observing System, NASA. Cloud vortices off Heard Island in the South Indian Ocean

Tadao Ando 





Capturing the experience

Platonov Pavel 



An image can evoke an experience, drawing us into an imaginative space that relies on our memories of perception. How does this sound? How might it feel? Is the air cold? What is this scent? Will this moment ever pass?


Alix Malka 
Syoin Kajii   


Martin Klines 

Richard Avedon, Twiggy

Erwin Olaf, Homotography


Yves Schiepek  

Alexey Titarenko

The Ruins of Detroit by Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre, Ballroom at the Lee Plaza Hotel 


Nick Knight 


Large Hadron Collider


Sydney dust storm, 2009 

Marilyn Minter , Green Pink Caviar

Jeff Bark, Abandon (Milke) 
Nick Cave, Soundsuit 

13.3.12

Installations


A pool of inspiring installation artists...


Anish Kapoor






Ai Weiwei




Olafur Eliasson





Yayoi Kusama







Ernesto Neto








Tara Donovan





Architects of Air






Laboratory for Visionary Architecture








Chiharu Shiota





Sang Sik Hong




Megan Geckler






S├ębastien Preschoux




Tomas Saraceno