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Our relationships with our bodies is often limited to the external form, we do not consider the millions of processes taking place within ourselves every second. I am interested in these internal processes, often considered abhorrent, but fascinating nonetheless.

Pathogen Inactivation was inspired by a process using UV-A light to treat donated blood. Blown glass white blood cells and cast uranium lead crystal eggs represent the immune response to infection within the bloodstream.

AugmentumOsAeris captures and preserves a moment in time. The growths bubbling from the bone may represent disease, physical or mental, or thoughts growing from within.

madeleinecslater@gmail.com

Madeleine Slater
Pathogen Inactivation
2015

Monash University
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