Anarchy in the Organism (AITO); Cancer as a Complex System

Event details

Time: 
14:00
Event duration: 
2-5.30pm
Type of event: 
Discussion / debate / seminar
Suitability: 
Over 18s only
Venue name: 
Franks / Steel Room, Wellcome Collection Conference Centre
183 Euston Road
NW1 2BE

Booking

Ticket availability: 
Limited places
Email address to reserve a place: 
guy.noble@uclh.nhs.uk

About the event

Wellcome Trust funded Symposium.

This symposium will be a discussion of ideas, collaborations and interactions with patients, carers, researchers, clinicians that contributed to Simeon Nelson's new installation in the UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre.

Complexity theory underpins the thinking behind AITO. It is an integrative way of looking at disparate phenomena and in the artists opinion has great explanatory power when confronting the possible meanings of cancer from a scientific, an ethical and existential perspective for patients, their loved-ones, carers, researchers and anyone interested in the wider implications of cancer.

The symposium will take the form of a series of talks followed by open discussion.
Confirmed Speakers:
Simeon Nelson, the artist
Monia Brizzi, a chartered counselling psychologist
Gilly Angell, patient
Simon Walker-Samuel, Senior Research Associate, UCL Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging
Jorge Castillo Sepúlveda, Group of Social Studies of Science and Technology, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

Booking is essential for this event and places are limited.
Bookings to be made directly with guy.noble@uclh.nhs.uk

Organiser

UCLH Arts

Location

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