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Art and Biomedicine in Copenhagen: Five days of intense meetings

By September 5, 2007No Comments

This blog has been silent for almost a week — because of the Art and Biomedicine meetings and events here in Copenhagen.

Thursday 30 August through Saturday 1 September we had some 30 scholars around the meeting table at the Museum of Art and Design discussing biomedicine and aesthetics in a museum context. (pics added here)

On Sunday night, September 2, about 180 people come to the Medical Museion auditorium to listen to the premiere performances of Jacob Kirkegaard’s new sound work Labyrinthitis. (pics added here)

And finally, on Monday, September 3, over 200 people attended the Art and Biomedicine: Beyond the Body conference to hear Ingeborg Reichle, Wolfgang Knapp, Steve Kurtz, Richard Wingate, Ben Fry, Ken Arnold, and James Elkins speak. (pics added here)

There are hundreds of pictures from the three events in my handy little Sony Cyber-shot, but I cannot find the USB-port connection cable! I’ll be back when the connection has been re-established. (established now, find pictures above)

Thomas Söderqvist

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