Tag Archives: Fall 2009

Selections from Redefining the Medical Artist

Meena Malhotra (Fall 2009) Redefining the medical artist is an exhibition of work by the students, faculty, and staff of the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Biomedical Visualization program. It was held at the International Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago from August 7th to October 16th, 2009. The works featured in this show […]

Redefining the medical artist

Meena Malhotra University of Illinois at Chicago, Biomedical Visualization Program (Fall 2009)   Medical illustration is a long-standing tradition that dates back to the sixteenth-century anatomist and physician Andreas Vesalius. In his preface to his book, De humani corporis fabrica (On the Fabric of the Human Body), Vesalius commented on the value of images and […]

Patricia – Vanishing Mother

Ellen Jantzen (Fall 2009) I normally deal with issues of reality in my artwork. I am intrigued with what is real, what is imagined. Are dreams real? Is what one sees, hears, and feels real? Aren’t elements of the world flavored and altered by one’s own emotional makeup and history? With all of this in […]