A new installation created by sisters Helen (designer and social artist) and Kate (developmental biologist) Storey, in collaboration with Holition
Main Collaborators: Kate and Helen Storey, Holition
Other partners and collaborators:
Support of research and development and other support since 2014: Wellcome: Ken Arnold, James Peto.
Holition: Jonathan Chippindale and Sixtine de Cidrac, Production; Miguel Ceballos, Creative; Lorenzo Ciciani, Engineering.
Production: Helen Storey Foundation: Caroline Coates
Web site: DED
Filmmaker: David Betteridge
Film Editor: Jake Betteridge
Developmental support of early materials: Ellie Doney and Mark Miodownik and students at Institute of Making / University College London
Original live imaging of neurogenesis sequence: Dr Raman Das, in collaboration with Kate Storey.
Dress design and construction: Helen Storey assisted by Helen Bailey
Other images: Helen Storey, David Betteridge, Kate Storey, Caroline Coates, Miguel Ceballos
Software programming and set-up: Lorenzo Ciciani, Holition
Dundee production: Sarah Cook, Cicely Farrer, Eileen Daley.
In collaboration with University of Dundee
LifeSpace: Science Art Research Gallery
LifeSpace is a collaboration between Dundee's School of Life Sciences and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design
Video documentation supported by Wellcome and the University of Dundee through the Institutional Strategic Support Fund