The Next Generation in Biomedical Visualization
May 5, 2023 – May 14, 2023
Opening Reception: Friday, May 5, 2023 10:00am – 12:00pm Free
Biomedical Visualization is where art, life science, and medicine meet technology for visual communication. This exhibition highlights the next generation of artists from the Biomedical Visualization Graduate Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Their work appeals to various audiences, empowering and educating viewers on the intersection of medicine, life science, communication technology, visual learning, education science, and biocommunications research. Mediums vary from illustrations, animations, and interactive programs, such as virtual reality or augmented reality. The diversity in media speaks to those trained in Biomedical Visualization, for they harness the ability to dissect the evolving discoveries in both science and healthcare, striving to communicate these advancements through visual pieces.
About the Biomedical Visualization Graduate Program at UIC: Founded in 1921 by Professor Thomas Smith Jones, the Biomedical Visualization program at the University of Illinois at Chicago is the second oldest accredited school of its kind and one of only five accredited graduate programs in North America providing professional training for careers in the visual communication of life science, medicine, and healthcare. With a renowned faculty and a curriculum that keeps pace with advances in science and technology, UIC’s Biomedical Visualization program attracts graduate students from various disciplines, including medicine, life science, art, sculpture, digital media, and computer science.
Artists: Luca Brunozzi, Caroline Chatfield, Odelia Cheng, April Damon, Nina Eckstein, Lauren Elder, C.S. Garcia Martinez, Amy Hoang, Madeleine Howell-Moroney, Dalena Huynh, Aven Jones, Hannah Koffman, SoYoung Kwon, Clara Lee, Joseph Majalca, Laurel Moore, Lauren Muskara, Delilah Przybyla, Kat Ruff, Sydney Sieh-Takata, Eliza Stierle, Katherine Tran
Exhibition Coordinators: Lauren Muskara, MS; Delilah Przybyla, MS; Eliza Stierle, MS
Accessibility Coordinator: Magic Smith, BS, BA
About the Contemporary Arts Program: The International Museum of Surgical Science supports a commitment to contemporary art and artists through exhibitions and programs that use the frame of contemporary artistic practice to examine new perspectives in medical-surgical science and our relationship to the body. The Museum’s Contemporary Arts Initiative includes rotating exhibitions of contemporary art, as well as an ongoing Artist in Residence program.
This project is partially supported by a CityArts Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events.
The International Museum of Surgical Science acknowledges support from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.