Tim Wainwright and John Wynne's installation at the Hunterian Museum - a very considerate, human exploration of the experience of transplantation - is open to the public from 22nd November until 20th May 2017.
For ten years Tim and John have been following the lives of a number of organ recipients. This exhibition shares their stories, shining a light on the human experience within the somewhat clinical space of the Hunterian Museum - an arm of the Royal College of Surgeons.
We worked with Tim, John and the museum team to create a digital interactive guide so anyone, visitors in gallery and those unable to make it in person, can discover and explore this unique body of work in its entirety through their own smart devices - phones, tablets and PCs.
This considerate use of technology in the exhibition space is encouraging users to have an even richer and deeper experience getting to know the patients, surgeons and families, who are Tim and John's subjects. It's flexibility as a tool, and the process of developing the exhibition, has enabled Tim and John to explore new ways of displaying and delivering their work.
Explore the Transplant and Life exhibition at www.transplantandlife.uk
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