15 October 2018 — 26 October 2018
Location: Royal Free Hospital
A new exhibition of artwork by Andrew Carnie, created as part of a collaboration with Kimberley Whitehead in the Department of Neuroscience and Matthew Beaumont in the Department of English Literature, will take place at UCL’s atmospheric Pathology Museum from Monday, October 15 to Friday Oct 26 2018 (weekdays 10am to 4pm). The exhibition showcases a series of artworks which explore the relationships between body matter and the biological rhythms of the brain.
On Tuesday October 16 evening guests are invited to arrive at 6pm for brief informal talks about the exhibition with perspectives from artist Andrew Carnie, pathologist Alan Bates, and neuroscientist Kimberley Whitehead, and stay on for continued discussion between 7 to 9pm to view the art over drinks to a curated brain rhythm-inspired playlist.
The exhibition and evening event are free and open to all. The artwork will be displayed amongst all of the usual pathology exhibits.
From Belsize Park:
Come to the Rowland Hill Street entrance at the back of the Royal Free Hospital. Come through the foyer and take the lift or stairs to the 2nd floor, turn right out of either, through the double doors and it’s the first door on your left.
From Hampstead Heath:
Make your way to the main Royal Free Hospital entrance on Pond Street. Once through the revolving doors continue walking down the corridor, past the WHSmith and Marks & Spencer, continue down the corridor past the UCL Library. Arriving at the Medical School wing take the lift or stairs to the 2nd floor, turn right out of either, through the double doors and it’s the first door on your left.