An eclectic exhibition of around 60 objects exploring the rich history and substance of bone, across cultures, throughout time and between disciplines.
Visitors can explore objects including an X-ray of Sigmund Freud's head, a cat skeleton to ward off evil spirits, a skull shaped candle made for Marilyn Manson's wedding, a contemporary apothecary jar showing the effects of syphilis on bone, cutting edge medical bone imaging and Florence Nightingale's pet tortoise 'Jimmy'.
The exhibition reflects bone's intriguing and multi-faceted story in its objects as well as through live performances and demonstrations by biomedical researchers and clinicians, forensic archaeologists, bone carvers, dancers, historians, artists and other professional bone users.
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