Z-TIME:

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS

CREDITS

Isabella Martin is an artist whose interdisciplinary practice is context specific, driven by collaboration with the sciences. Her ongoing research focuses on ideas and systems of measurement, navigation, and time in relation to place and the body, through work with an expanding group of collaborators. Recent projects include WAVE MACHINES, exhibited at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, The Old Recent at RYMD Gallery, Reykjavík, and The Burning screened at Crosscuts Film Festival, Stockholm.

Kristin Hussey, PhD is a postdoctoral research fellow at Medical Museion and the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research (CBMR). She is a curator and a historian of medicine who specializes in concepts of health and disease in 19th-century Britain and America. Her current project Body Time explores circadian rhythms in historical, cultural, and philosophical context.

Composition: Jim Slade
Visualizations: Leonidas Lundell

Graphic Design: Kathrine Baastrup
Web Design: Anne-Sofie Stampe

Medical Museion collaborators: Bente Vinge Pedersen, Louise Whiteley, Malthe Kouassi Bjerregaard, Niels Christian Bech Vilstrup, Nanna Gerdes, Adam Bencard.

Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research (CBMR) collaborators: Zach Gerhart-Hines, Juleen Zierath, Amy Ehrlich, Lewin Barkla Small, Ann Normann Hansen, Emilie Dalbram, Astrid Linde Basse, Leonidas Lundell, Kirsten Bayer Andersen, Rebecca Hinrichsen Jeberg.

Z-time installation
Logo - Novo Nordisk Foundation CBMR

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