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160 years from the birth of Sigmund Freud

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160 years from the birth of Sigmund Freud

Snubbed by science, embraced by art. The father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, was embraced by art, and artists from all…

MEDinART in “Fifty Things from Belgium” by Theo Dirix

MEDinART in “Fifty Things from Belgium” by Theo Dirix

Delighted and honored to be mentioned in the book “Fifty Things from Belgium” written by Theo Dirix, Consul of the…

MEDinART collaboration with Interalia Magazine

MEDinART collaboration with Interalia Magazine

Exclusive article about MEDinART in Interalia Magazine: Delighted to announce that the Interalia Magazine, the online Art, Science and Consciousness…

MEDinART Autumn Newsletter

MEDinART Autumn Newsletter

Happy to announce that the first MEDinART Autumn Newsletter has been send to MEDinART artists and MEDinART friends! The newsletter…

Fabrica Vitae exhibition and Vesalius Continuum are mentioned at New York Times (Aug. 25, 2014)

Fabrica Vitae exhibition and Vesalius Continuum are mentioned at New York Times (Aug. 25, 2014)

MEDinART is happy to announce that Vesalius Continuum and Fabrica Vitae exhibition that will take place on Zakynthos, Greece (4-8…

Vesalius Continuum and MEDinART in the blog of Medical-Artist.com

Vesalius Continuum and MEDinART in the blog of Medical-Artist.com

MEDinART and Vesalius Continuum have been mentioned in the blog of Medical-Artist.com: the independent medical illustration business, that offers a…

A blog about Contemporary Art and Life Sciences collision

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A blog about Contemporary Art and Life Sciences collision

          The interesting blog with articles about Life Sciences and contemporary art collision of Dr. Jennifer Willet,…

Art in good health: how science and culture mix the best medicine

Category : Articles, Bio-art

Why are so many health organisations funding art projects and what can artists and scientists gain from close collaboration?

An interesting article by , Guardian Professional

Read it here: http://www.theguardian.com/culture-professionals-network/culture-professionals-blog/2014/jan/20/art-health-science-culture-medicine?CMP=twt_gu

A work from The Romantic Disease by artist Anna Dumitriu

 

 

 

 

 

 

Art meets science: a work from The Romantic

Disease by artist Anna Dumitriu. Photograph: Watermans

BIODESIGN: on the cross pollination of Nature, Science and Creativity

Category : Articles, Bio-art, Events

The New Institute

Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAi)
Premsela, the Netherlands Institute for Design and Fashion
Virtueel Platform, e-culture knowledge institute

23.1.2014, 19:00–23:00
How Do You Do Biodesign

How Do You Do Biodesign is an evening for architects, urban designers, product designers, fashion designers, artists and developers of digital technology and media, which will illuminate exactly what biodesign co-produced by Het Nieuwe Instituut and the Willem de Kooning Academy.

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For more info, follow this link here.

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A short history of anatomical maps

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A short history of

knowledge has been used to teach and protect communities since mankind’s early years. However, the desire to represent our inner physical selves in pictures has not always been as strong as our need to speculate. The contemplation of our internal workings has ranged from the mystical and spiritual to the surreal and then the informative. In all these forms the the manifestation
of our inner workings in imagery reveals just as much about our outer worlds, our beliefs and lifestyles.What follows is an overview of the evolution of anatomical knowledge and the visual documentation that has inspired physicians and public alike.

Read more here: http://www.designboom.com/history/anatomical_maps.html source: designboom, www.designboom.com