Heirloom - Exhibition
Heirloom - ethics debate
Heirloom - workshops
Heirloom - About the project
Heirloom - team and funding

Team and funding

Heirloom is by Gina Czarnecki and John Hunt, with Saskia and Lola Czarnecki-Stubbs.

Medical Museion Curatorial Team:

Medical Museion Design and Production:

Project Artist:

Scientific collaborators:

Student assistants:     

Artist’s assistant:  

Heirloom Contributors and Collaborators in the UK

  • The University of Liverpool
  • Liverpool John Moors University
  • Liverpool Hope University
  • Glyndwr University: Dave Jones (face casting)
  • Prof. Andy Wright
  • Radames Anja, FactLab Liverpool
  • Jen Baxter, glass artist (glass face casts)
  • DoES Liverpool: James Nixon (3D printing)
  • Facelab at LJMU: Mark Roughly (3D face scans)
  • Polly Moseley (concept engagement and evaluation)
  • Bronac Ferran
  • Dan Farrimond (web and live feed)

Trust Me, I’m an Artist lead artist:

Trust Me, I’m an Artist lead ethicist:

Funding and Support:

This project is developed under the framework of the EU-funded Trust me, I’m an Artist, and further supported by the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research, Section for Science Communication and Arbejdsmarkedets Feriefond. Gina Czarnecki also received funding from Arts Council England for the development of Heirloom.

Trust Me, I’m an Artist: Developing Ethical Frameworks for Artists, Cultural Institutions and Audiences Engaged in the Challenges of Creating and Experiencing New Art Forms in Biotechnology and Biomedicine in Europe is supported by funding from Creative Europe and is a collaboration between Waag Society, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, The Arts Catalyst, Ciant, Kapelica Gallery, Medical Museion, Capsula and Leonardo/Olats. The lead artist on the project is Anna Dumitriu
and the lead ethicist is Professor Bobbie Farsides.
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