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Making Nature: How we see animalsPart of the Wellcome Collection's year-long exploration of our relationship with the natural world, Making Nature: How we see animals brings together over 100 objects to explore how humans relate to animals - a question that has captivated philosophers, anthropologists, scientists, ethicists and artists for centuries. Covering literature, film, taxidermy and photography, the exhibition will look at how we think, feel and value other species and the consequences this has on the world around us. The exhibition charts changing fashions of museum displays - from overstuffed cabinets in Victorian institutions to elaborately staged dioramas from natural history museums in the 20th century - alongside society's changing attitudes to nature. Further displays include Roger Fenton's 1855 image of an unnaturally upright gorilla skeleton next to a human one, an extract from Seal Island 1948 and Phillip Warnell's film installation Ming of Harlem: Twenty One Storeys in the Air 2016, which explores the story of Antoine Yates, who lived in New York with a tiger and an alligator.

 

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A major and fascinating cultural venue, the Wellcome Collection combines three galleries: 'Medicine Man', 'Medicine Now' and 'special exhibitions'. In addition you'll find the famous Wellcome Library, cafe, bookshop and a 'forum' to consider issues of science, health and human identity. The 1,300 objects on display show the great variety of considerations that these topics include. More about Wellcome Collection

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Electricity: The Spark of LifeElectricity: The Spark of LifeElectricity: The Spark of LifeDon't be shocked... the Wellcome Collection's new spring 2017 exhibition, Electricity, may be full of surprises but it's also an education. It gave life to Frankenstein's monster but electricity can be used as a life-giving force in real life too. This exhibition shows the developments in the application of electricity in healthcare as well as its 2017-04-29T00:00:00+01002017-07-02T00:00:00+0100 Where:
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Don't be shocked... the Wellcome Collection's new spring 2017 exhibition, Electricity, may be full of surprises but it's also an education. It gave life to Frankenstein's monster but electricity can be used as a life-giving force in real life too. This exhibition shows the developments in the application of electricity in healthcare as well as its ... More about this event
 
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