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Influential photographer Jo Spence’s work documents her diagnosis of breast cancer and subsequent healthcare regime throughout the 1980s. Her raw and confrontational photography will be shown alongside Oreet Ashery’s award-winning miniseries ‘Revisiting Genesis’, 2016, which explores death and dying in the digital era.
Listen in on a recording of a BBC World Service programme, to hear about the findings of a major new global survey investigating attitudes to vaccines. The Wellcome Global Monitor asked people around the world whether they think vaccines are safe, effective and important for children to have.
Starting with Jo Spence's birthday as a moment to celebrate ageing, this weekend of performances, screenings, talks and a birthday party introduces the themes in the Misbehaving Bodies exhibition. The programme brings together a range of perspectives on how illness shapes our understanding of identity.
What role does design play in the mistakes we make? Join Human Factors researcher Dominic Furniss to learn about his work to reduce human error through better design and procedures; from everyday things to hospitals and chemical plants.
Please note that as this event is taking place in the Reading Room, food and drink should be enjoyed elsewhere before or after the event.
What can magic and conjuring tell us about the human mind? Join us for a BSL-interpreted tour of our exhibition Smoke and Mirrors to explore how our biases affect our perception and whether our senses can be hacked.
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