Vesalius: A Requiem is a show examining the life of Andreas Vesalius who lived in the 1500s and became famous for being the first person to use human bodies to draw human anatomy. View video and transcript from ABC TV: Play celebrates father of anatomy (Stateline, 4 June ... Continue Reading »
[ By on June 1, 2010 ]
Renaissance anatomy, modern-day autopsy and the catholic mass for the dead collide in the spectacular piece of choral theatre that is Vesalius: a Requiem, coming to the national RiAus Science Exchange this June. Full media release: Anatomy and autopsy alive at Science Exchange (June, 2010)
[ By on May 28, 2010 ]
Vesalius: a Requiem is a confusing but fascinating proposition. Stuck somewhere between play, live music performance and live autopsy, it's bound to raise a wide range of audience expectations. Full article from The Independent Weekly: Theatre on the cutting edge (28 May 2010)
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When: Starts on Friday 15 February 2013 & ends Tuesday 11 June 2013.
Illuminations comprises an ongoing collection of portraits of scientists, each highlighting the work of that individual as a part of the greater project of science. We live in a society deeply indebted to the work of scientists, yet their presence in the public consciousness is mostly eclipsed by sports ... Read More »