Assembling Bodies Art, Science & Imagination is a major interdisciplinary exhibition at the University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, open from March 2009 to November 2010.
The exhibition explores some of the different ways that bodies are imagined, understood and transformed in the arts, social and bio-medical sciences. The project is part of the Leverhulme Research Project ‘Changing Beliefs of the Human Body’.
Assembling Bodies showcases Cambridge’s extraordinarily rich and diverse collections, complemented by external loans and exciting contemporary artworks. It brings together five works by Kinetica artists Jim bond, Dianne Harris, Tim Lewis and Michael Markert
Assembling Bodies is a component of a five-year interdisciplinary research project Changing Beliefs of the Human Body funded by the Leverhulme Trust.