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  • September 22, 2017

    From Life Saving to Storytelling: The Evolution of Our Blood Bikers

    We were delighted to work with artist and designer Kirsty Harris to co-create our Blood Bikers performance, part of the BLOOD: Life Uncut season. Here she tells us about the inspiration for the piece and where the bat motif came from.
    One of the original inspirations for the Blood Bikers came from...

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  • August 31, 2017

    The Humoral Management of Blood: Bloodletting

    by Karen Howell
     
    In August, Science Gallery London teamed up with the Old Operating Theatre to exhibit the work of Helen Pynor and Peter Clancy with the installation The Body is a Big Place. Here Karen Howell, curator at the Old Operating Theatre shares some historical insights around bleeding in...

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  • July 12, 2017

    Uncovering Stories of Spare Parts at King's

    Our forthcoming SPARE PARTS season explores the possibilities of regenerated, enhanced or donated parts that can be altered through choice or destiny. What are the emotional and psychological aspects of living with an organic or engineered spare part? How are they actually created and transplanted...

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