Prompted by the idea that Shakespeare’s soliloquies may have been influenced by public anatomical dissections in Renaissance London, INTERIORITY brings together artists with speakers from the fields of medicine and health, anatomy, history and cultural theory in three public talks to explore the relationship between body and mind: how we imagine and experience our interior selves, and how this affects our way of expression in the world.
Speakers include Dr Jorella Andrews, Annie Cattrell, Joanna Ebenstein, Jack Klaff, Prof Roger Kneebone, Prof Jonathan Sawday, Jenny Sealey MBE, Prof Susan Standring, Suba Subramaniam, Chitra Sundaram, Prof Atau Tanaka, Dr Mark Vernon and Dr Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim.
Co-curated by Prof Anna Furse (The Centre of the Body, Goldsmiths, University of London/Athletes of the Heart) and Dawn Kemp (Director of Museums and Archives, The Royal College of Surgeons of England).
INTERIORITY is a Centre of the Body, Goldsmiths and Athletes of the Heart event, funded by the Wellcome Trust.
All events will be BSL interpreted.
The talks take place in historic buildings in rooms which unfortunately have no wheelchair access.
Podcasts of the talks will be made available on this site soon after the talks take place.