Credit: 2017 Yen Tzu Chang / Fraunhofer MEVIS
Sabrina Haase (DE), Bianka Hofmann (DE), Yen Tzu Chang (TW), Fraunhofer Mevis (DE)
During a live remote hookup to the MRT laboratory, we’ll get a close-up look at an MR scanner and its functions, and get answers to our questions about them. We’ll scan a piece of fruit to examine its interior structures without cutting it open.
During her Residency in Bremen, the artist created images of her heart in this lab. Now, she’ll explain how she uses them in conjunction with her performance entitled “Whose Scalpel”. Afterwards, we’ll use the computer here on site to experiment with medical images from inside the human body.