What does a person’s biological data mean to the scientist, the artist, the patient or the student? How should it be collected, viewed, analysed or interpreted? And how does the presentation of that data change perceptions of its use or significance?
In this seminar, co-hosted by the Bodleian Libraries and Reuben College and the first in the Reuben-GLAM Seminar Series, we open a conversation between artist Ben Denzer and two Reuben College Fellows to explore these questions and discover new understandings of the relationships between art and science, and literature and labels.
The conversation will be launched after a live presentation of two unique books created by Ben Denzer, artist-in-residence at the Broad Institute of MIT. Find out more here.
This event will be held online via Zoom. Registration required to receive the link in advance