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People Power: Art and Bio Ethics

I wrote this post for InterventTech on 9 November 2008. Click on the link at the bottom to read the full post.

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Arriving approximately 1hr late to BioCentre’s The Role of Arts in Democratic Policy Making event, I was none-the-less welcomed by event organisers, kindly shown to my seat and handed the obligatory ‘conference pack.’

On arriving at the National Theatre for this mini-con I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. On the one hand I knew I had a decent understanding and growing interest in the visual art and bioethic space (so I follow the work of Orlan, Marc Quinn, Stelarc and Critical Art Ensemble quite closely), but I also knew that I felt pretty clueless about how this afternoon would play out. What I would ultimately come away with. I’m pleased to say I was pleasantly surprised! The event was great, and attracted a really cross cutting audience.

Read this post in full | People Power: Art and Bio Ethics.