The Future of the Body with Performance Artist ORLAN

ORLAN is an award-winning artist whose work incorporates medicine, science, technology, and often her own body — she was the first artist to use surgery as an artistic medium. Watch as performance artist ORLAN and scientist and innovator Rachel Armstrong have a conversation about the future of the human body. Find out how the collision of surgery and art sparks important questions about the future of the flesh.

Orlan

Watch as performance artist ORLAN and scientist and innovator Rachel Armstrong for a conversation about the future of the human body. Find out how the collision of surgery and art sparks important questions about the future of the flesh.

ORLAN is an award-winning artist whose work incorporates medicine, science, technology, and often her own body — she was the first artist to use surgery as an artistic medium.
Rachel Armstrong is a senior TED Fellow and sustainability innovator, and her interdisciplinary work on architecture, synthetic biology, and medicine has generated new ideas and projects that could transform how we live.

As part of The Future of The Body conference. In association with the French Embassy in Ireland, the Trinity Long Room Hub, and the Arts Technology Research Lab (ATRL) at Trinity College Dublin. Kindly supported by the Trinity Visual and Performing Arts Committee.

For further information on Orlan see www.orlan.eu/

Get the Full Experience
Read the rest of this article, and view all articles in full from just £10 for 3 months.

Subscribe Today

, , , ,

No comments yet.

You must be a subscriber and logged in to leave a comment. Users of a Site License are unable to comment.

Log in Now | Subscribe Today