Angela Palmer's Life Lines Exhibition
UK- London | May 31 2012 | (01:07:01 - EDT)
Waterhouse & Dodd welcomes guests to attend Angela Palmer's new exhibition Life Lines (May 24 - June 15, 2012). Using digital information provided by MRI and CT scans, Angela peels back layers to uncover a hidden natural world and 'maps' these patterns onto individual sheets of glass. The attached work is a portrait based on MRI scans of the novelist Robert Harris. Some additional highlights from the exhibition are listed below and prices start from £4,000.
Angela Palmer has exhibited widely since completely her BA at the Ruskin, University of Oxford where she first came in to contact with the anatomy schools during her Fine Art degree. She completed her MA at the Royal College of Art and her work has since found itself very appropriately placed in collections such as The Wellcome Trust in London. Her work has also been exhibited in London's Trafalgar Square, where a 'ghost rainforest' of huge tree stumps from the jungles of Africa formed a dramatic art installation.
With the help of Dr Renate Weller at the Royal Veterinary College, Angela has been able to produce an artwork featuring the head of one of the greatest race horses, Eclipse. Remarkably,experts believe up to 95 per cent of today's thoroughbred racehorses can trace their family trees back to Eclipse, the unbeaten horse from the 18th Century.
Angela Palmer will appear in the upcoming release of issue 9 of EYES IN Magazine.
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