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Body Pods - The Hand - Interview with Gemma Brockis and Tilli Tansey.mov

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Published on Mar 6, 2012

The Hand is the third in a new series of podcasts called Body Pods. Each podcast has been made by an artist in collaboration with a scientist, exploring a different part of your body.

Listen to the podcast here: http://www.fueltheatre.com/projects/b...

The Hand has been made by Gemma Brockis, an artist based in London, and co-founder of Shunt, and Tilli Tansey, Professor of the History of Modern Medical Sciences at Queen Mary University of London. Watch this film interview of Gemma and Tilli talking about their podcast, and the process of collaboration.

The podcast includes extracts from Charles Bells' 1833 book, "The hand, its mechanism and vital endowments as evincing design", and should be listened to with headphones. Body Pods is co-produced by Fuel and Roundhouse, who brought you the Everyday Moments series of podcasts, available as the Guardian Culture Podcast last year, and the UCL Ear Institute.

The Hand
By Gemma Brockis and Tilli Tansey
Additional voice Sam Booth
Kind Im Einschlummern by Schumann played by John Reid

About Fuel:
Fuel is a producing organisation working in partnership with some of the most exciting artists in the UK to develop, create and present new work for all. Fuel is currently working with the artists including: Will Adamsdale, Clod Ensemble, Inua Ellams, Fevered Sleep, David Rosenberg, Sound&Fury, Uninvited Guests and Melanie Wilson.

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