London is in for quite a treat today. Created and curated by Marianne Hamel, a forensic pathologist, and Nikki Johnson, a forensic photographer, Death Under Glass is a raw, almost violent—but beautiful—portrait of the body’s inner workings. Extreme close-ups of gunshot wounds and tattoo ink trapped in the dermis create a sense of molecular intimacy. Hamel and Johnson then cleverly reappropriate the aesthetic via stylish wristwatches and umbrellas.
Be sure experience Death Under Glass today at Barts Pathology Museum!
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