Exam is in less than 24 hours. What a perfect time to make my first medical humanities blog then.
For anyone who happens to be going to Belfast before the beginning of June, may like to know about an exhibition taking place at Queen's University. The links between art and medicine are being explored in an exhibition of work inspired by health 'in the broadest sense'.
Pieces on display include 'lifelines' by Struan and Kyle Hamilton, and 'Restore' by Hazel Neill (pictured) who are amongst the finalists in the fifth annual art competition organised by the Naughton Gallery at QUB.
According to the curator, Shan McAnena, the exhibits are the latest in a long tradition of pieces linking art and medicine, from the anatomical drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci to the installations of Damien Hirst.
Obviously, nothing could rival 'Medicine, Interrupted'...
The exhibition runs till May 27th and more information can be found at www.naughtongallery.org
Now, back to revision...