15th – 25th September 2016 | Free
Artist Kate Sully and fertility expert Professor Allan Pacey invite you to look at human reproduction from a new perspective. This rich, complex artwork is about how life happens. It reflects the incredible diversity of what we know. The Journey of Reproductive Life is part of Festival of the Mind 2016. It will be accompanied by a talk on Wednesday 21st September from 4-5pm at Spiegeltent, Barker’s Pool.
Mixed media artist Kate Sully has just finished a two-year residency at the University of Sheffield, where she produced a large body of work inspired by bioengineering and materials. Kate’s work is shown locally and nationally.
The research behind The Journey of Reproductive Life was led by Professor Allan Pacey and PhD student Sofia Granados Aparici. Allan is head of andrology at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. He also directs a clinical laboratory, a sperm bank, and a masters course in science communication.
All galleries are accessible by ramp, however the doorways are 28 inches wide. The toilets and cafe are not currently wheelchair accessible.