Published on 28th March 2014 in The Learned Pig Stories in transcultural medicine from Otavalo, Ecuador
Published on 17th February 2014 in The Learned Pig Stories in transcultural medicine from Otavalo, Ecuador
Crowdsourcing first aid. iHELP offers an crowdsourced solution for providing immediate aid in cases of cardiac arrest and other emergencies. The service allows a person in distress to alert other users of the app nearby, who can come to their aid or find the nearest public defibrillator, arriving at the scene faster than an ambulance. iHELP has […]
Published on 12th November, 2013 in The Learned Pig Stories in transcultural medicine from Otavalo, Ecuador.
Published on 4th November 2013, in super//collider Is consciousness an illusion? Or a mere epiphenomenon; a byproduct of brain activity? Is it even generated by the brain, or is it part of some wider context ‘beyond the individual?’ Whatever the answers, conscious awareness is incredibly empowering. The very ability to experience our own experiences creates […]
Published on 8th August 2013 in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry Abstract Art making encompasses a range of perceptual and cognitive functions involving widely distributed brain systems. The dementias impact on these systems in different ways, raising the possibility that each dementia has a unique artistic signature. Here we use a review of the […]
Published on 25th July 2013 in super//collider Image courtesy of GV Art
AXNS Collective is a curatorial collective dedicated to public engagement in Art and Science. I founded the company in 2011 with friend and business partner Martha Crawford. The collective has since curated exhibitions in Oxford and London and is funded by the Wellcome Trust and the Arts Council. Upcoming projects can be found by clicking on […]