BETWEEN, King’s Cultural Institute – 19 April to 30 June

A new exhibition that explores how personal identity has become embodied in a new landscape of anatomical imagery is opening in the Inigo Rooms, part of the King’s Cultural Institute at King’s College London.

BETWEEN seeks to celebrate the richness of such scientific research and presents works which collectively challenge technology’s entitlement to mediate form.

Exhibiting together for the first time, and working in collaboration with King’s neurobiologist Dr Richard Wingate from the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, artists Susan Aldworth, Andrew Carnie and Karen Ingham present works that cross-reference contemporary science, digital imaging techniques, philosophy and the humanities, to explore emerging and enriched images of the Self.

Also on display will be a Cabinet of Curiosities, containing anatomical specimens and artifacts curated to deepen contemplation of the artists’ works.

Exhibition in the Inigo Rooms, King’s Cultural Institute at King’s College London
Somerset House East Wing, open Mon-Sat, 1.00pm – 7.00pm
19 April until 30 June 2012