Flip Your Field

. December 31, 2014.
Sonia-Sheridan

The Flip Your Field series invites professors and professionals to curate and design an art exhibition that falls outside of their realm of expertise. Georgios Skiniotis, a professor of Biological Chemistry and instructor at  U-M’s Life and Sciences Institute and Medical School, curates an exhibition that examines how our brains perceive light. This scientific series displays three-dimensional models of cellular components, the microscopic inner-workings of the structural and functional units of life, juxtaposing magnified shadows and projections viewed from different perspectives.

January 24th through July 19th. UMMA, 525 S. State St. 734-764-0395.

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