SPLICE: At the Intersection of Art and Medicine

Exhibition runs September 20 to November 9, 2013

Showcasing 20th-century anatomical drawings complemented by contemporary works of art, SPLICE: At the Intersection of Art and Medicine brings together both scientific and artistic means of representing the human body. It also represents the first significant public exhibition within the United States of anatomical images selected from an extensive collection housed at Biomedical Communications, University of Toronto. The University of Toronto Art Center, the Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto, Mississauga, and the West Vancouver Museum presented previous versions of this exhibition.

Featuring work by:

Contemporary Artists:

Ælab: Gis è le Trudel and St é phane Claude
Jack Burman
Jack Butler
Andrew Carnie
Joyce Cutler-Shaw
Dana Claxton (AHVA Visual Art Faculty Member)
Orshi Drozdik
Eric Fong
Terry Kurgan
Patricia Olynyk
Piotr Wyrzykowski

Anatomical Artists:

Elizabeth Blackstock
Dorothy Foster Chubb
Marguerite Drummond
Nancy Joy
Eila Hopper-Ross
Maria Wishart

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Image captions:

Eric Fong, P hantom RH0 , 2001, clear acrylic resin, 12 ¼ x 7 7/8 x 6 inches, courtesy of the artist.

Dorothy Foster Chubb, Head , 1942-45, carbon dust on paper, collection of Biomedical Communications, University of Toronto, Mississauga and the Division of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine.