Pauline Pratt's Medical Art.

Artist Pauline Pratt's neck injury inspired her to do a 10-month residency at the University of Southampton, UK to explore the art in science and medicine.

Over a ten-month period, Pauline was able to spend her days working in close proximity to the scientists she was studying.

They taught her how to use sophisticated microscopes, how to grow cell cultures and how to track the special dyes used to spot cancer cells.

In exchange, they watched her paint and video in their laboratory and got a glimpse into how their work is perceived.

BBC March 2006, Jun 2005 news articles | Art Vault | Pauline Pratt's website.


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