Spare Parts

Website: https://opencall.sciencegallery.com/spare-parts

The Spare Parts season at Science Gallery, London explores how medical practice and research are increasingly akin to engineering and design, investigating the mobility of human organs, the generation of engineered body parts – at a cellular, tissue, organ or limb level – and the science, ethics and technology that enable them. Science Gallery London welcomes submissions for existing artworks and productions as well as projects which are still at a research and development stage. Selected candidates will be granted an exhibition fee or in-kind contribution to the realisation of their project.

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Expires: July 16, 2017


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