LifeSpace invite you to the opening reception for the exhibition Hearts & Minds on Friday 18 September, 5 - 7pm.

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Hearts & Minds
A two part exhibition of contemporary art, artefacts and scientific research that considers the perception and wellbeing of the human organs of the heart (at Hannah Maclure Centre) and the brain (at LifeSpace).
MINDS: Preview, Fri 18 Sept, 5pm-7pm Curated tour of the exhibition. 
             Sat 19 Sept at 11am. Artist talk and curator's tour as part of Doors Open Day.
             Tours will also be available throughout the rest of the afternoon as part of the
             main Life Sciences tour departing from the Street at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. 
Runs until Saturday 17 October, LifeSpace, University of Dundee
The exhibition is based around a new dynamic work that uses tweets to determine the nuances in how Dundee’s inhabitants are feeling day to day. This periodic table of emotions suggests the feedback loop that exists between our brains, consciousness and bodily behaviour. Minds showcases research at the University of Dundee to better understand changes in the brain during neurodegeneration, and the ion channels that enable the flow of the brain’s electrical signals. Work by leading artists turns MRI scans into responsive talismans, and sentimental objects into physical reminders of the lesions that can plague the healthy tissue of the brain. Accompanied by work in print and film, Minds invites you to reflect upon your own brain’s physical & mental health.
Featuring: Ingrid Bell, Tamsin van Essen, Aidan Moesby, Anne Milne and Jim Pattison alongside the scientific research of Dr. Miratul Muqit and Dr. Ulrich Zachariae.

Full info on Minds show here: 

LifeSpace Gallery opening times:

Saturday 11am-5pm
Monday to Friday by appointment only 

HEARTS: Preview, Fri 11 Sept, 6pm-8pm
Runs until 23 October 2015, Hannah Maclure Centre, Abertay University Dundee
The exhibition arises from an ongoing body of cardiovascular research at Abertay University. Miniature beating hearts are developed from human stem cells reprogrammed to grow has tiny heart organs which are then used to investigate prevention and cures of heart disease. Hearts is an exhibition that explores scientific and artistic research relating to our life-giving organ, examining local ground-breaking heart disease research and sharing the work of internationally renowned artists whose practice is concerned with the heart in transplantation, the heart as a system, the heart as a poetic object.
Featuring: Ingrid Bachmann, Martin John Callahan, Jennifer Kelly, Catherine Richards and Martin Snelgrove alongside the scientific research of Dr Nikolai Zhelev.
Full info on Hearts show here:
HMC  opening times:
Monday to Friday 10am-5pm


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