Group exhibition relates art and science in the human body

(Vitória, Brazil)

Carla Zaccagnini, Jared Domicio, Laércio Redondo and Leandro Lima are featured in the group show “Corpo Humano: da célula ao homem – Arte dos pequenos suspiros” [“Human Body: from cell to man – Art of small breaths”]. The exhibition is the result of a partnership between the Life Sciences Museum and the Art and Research Gallery from the Federal University of Espírito Santo (UFES) and happens from the 12th to 15th November.

“Corpo Humano” is the largest traveling show ever held by the Life Sciences Museum, an innovative approach that points out the art and science in the human body through a real and fascinating collection. The scientific-cultural exhibition offers a tour through the forces controlling the mysterious composition of life on Earth. It is a walk through interior and exterior worlds, filled with information on biology, chemistry, physics but also history, culture and art. By the end of this delightful, enriching and unforgettable mixture, the public will have the means to improve habits and behaviours, and with self-knowledge, aim for a healthier lifestyle.

“Corpo Humano: da célula ao homem – Arte dos pequenos suspiros”, with Carla Zaccagnini, Laércio Redondo and Leandro Lima
From 12th to 15th November
Visiting: 12, 13 and 14 from 8.30am to 8pm; 15th from 8.30am to 4pm
Free admission

Galeria de Arte e Pesquisa (GAP-UFES)
Campus de Goiabeiras

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