A language of liquids

In considering a way to approach (thinking about) red blood cells through an artistic research methodology, I've been looking at the work of Marcel Bessis (1917-1994) Professor in the School of Medicine, at University of Paris and Director of the Institute of Cellular Pathology. Corpuscles, an Atlas of Red Blood Cell shapes (1974) is a … Continue reading A language of liquids


I have been awarded an artist residency at Bristol University, to work together with three academics in considering the lab-based practice of Eryrthropoeisis: the culturing and manufacture of human red blood cells (also known as Synthetic blood) in the laboratory. This will take place in the Biochemistry lab of Dr Ash Toye - based within … Continue reading Introduction