As part of 'Specimens to Superhumans', a series of events exploring issues surrounding biomedical science, disability and ethics, curated by The Arts Catalyst and Shape, this event takes the form of a performance and a discussion. First (6.15-7.30pm), responding to the Hunterian's collection of medical and surgical specimens and curiosities, disabled artists Aaron Williamson, Sinéad O'Donnell, Brian Catling and Katherine Araniello perform as 'living exhibits'. The performance is followed by a discussion (7.45-9pm) chaired by the BBC's science correspondent Richard Hollingham, focusing on how today's medical training views and engages with disabled people. Booking essential.
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