Health Humanities

InSight: Visualizing Health Humanities

Health humanities is an emerging interdisciplinary field that connects medicine, health sciences, arts, humanities and social sciences. This exhibition explores how we can visually translate and communicate knowledge from diverse work in the health humanities in ways that are innovative, engaging and accessible. Thirty-two entries from students, faculty, staff, and alumni in more than twenty faculties or units will be displayed or performed in or near the Fine Arts Building Gallery. These visual, sound and performance explorations share a space that both occupies and transcends a single gallery, providing insights into the evolving story of health humanities at the University of Alberta, as well as opportunities to build further connections and support future collaborations.

Bonnie Sadler Takach, Pamela Brett-MacLean & Aidan Rowe, curators

Works by

Timothy J. Anderson, Diane Aubin, Wendy Austin, Brenda Barry Byrne, Sylvia Barton, Mark Bieber, Camryn Boechler, Patricia Boechler, Nicole Bretzer, Michael Burden, Alison Clarke, Susan Colberg, Michael Coulis, Robert Ferrari, Carlos Fiorentino, Jorge Frascara, Lisa Given, Sean Gouglas, Sahil Gupta, Liz Ingram, Ben King, Sharla King, Catherine Kmita, Kaisu Koski, Robert Lederer, Lili Liu, Bob Lysay, Agnieszka Matejko, Maria Mayan, Lianne McTavish, Gloria Mok, Brad Necyk, Ioanis Nikolaidis, Guillermina Noël, Zachary Polis, Greig Rasmussen, Patrick J. Reed, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, Cheryl Sadowski, Daniela Schlüter, Nikki Shaffeeullah, Andrea Soler, Sarah Stonehocker, Eleni Stroulia, Olga Szafran, Rannie Tao, Jean Triscott, Julia Vlasenko, Patrick von Hauff, Earle Waugh, Chris Westbury, Jerry Whitehead, Marlena Wyman, Theresa Zip

Students from DES 395, DES 493 (A1 + X1), DES 593 (A1 + X1)