Fri. Oct. 26: another joint-event! part of Splice, at the intersection of Art and Medicine


~~The Mediated Body~~


a roundtable co-presented by Artscisalon, Subtle Technologies Festival and KMDI, curated by Nina Czegledy

Friday 26 October, 5 – 7pm

 Bissell Building, Room: 538

University of Toronto,

140 St. George Street, Toronto



The round table entitled “The Mediated Body” is inspired by SPLICE : At the Intersection of Arts and Medicine. This show presents a scientific gaze at the human body by showcasing traditional anatomical art, complemented and challenged by contemporary artworks. Over recent decades the human body has become a key site of scientific, social political and cultural interpretations. The paradigm shifts revealed important questions about alienation, the potential loss of agency and context while at the same time allowing us new opportunities for expressions of identity on a borderless scale. The increased uses of technologies have changed how we see ourselves and the world around us. The panel discussion is intended to investigate and comment on these issues.

Roundtable guests: 

Allison Crawford, Assistant Professor Psychiatry UofT,

Prof David A Steinman, Biomedical Simulation UofT

exhibiting artists Jack Butler and Danielle Drew Belsky.

This roundtable has been organized as part of a series of events curated by Nina Czegledy.

you can find the full program of events at :

The series also features two exhibitions at Blackwood gallery Mississauga and at UTAC. The exhibitions:


Diana Burgoyne, Rebecca Cairns, Dana Claxton, Orshi Drozdik, Fred Laforge, Catherine Richards, Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak and Piotr Wyrzykowski.

Opening reception: Tuesday 23 October 2012, 6 – 8pm
Opening Reception at UTAC (University of Toront Art Centre)

Performance: Diana Burgoyne, What do you think the mind is? 7pm


 SPLICE at Blackwood Gallery

Ælab (Stéphane Claude and Gisèle Trudel), Khadija Baker, Jon Baturin, Drew Danielle Belsky, Jack Burman, Jack Butler, Joyce Cutler-Shaw and Eric Fong.

Opening reception: Wednesday 24 October, 5 – 9pm

or more information about the other events, see


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