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The Art of Pain(Adelaide)

By Timothy Cocks Uncategorized, Science and the world 07 Jul 2015

One for the diary if you happen to be in Adelaide later this month

The Art of Pain

“The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, Pain Adelaide and the Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) present The Art of Pain, an exhibition, keynote lecture and panel discussions about the experience and management of chronic pain.”

Keynote Address

Whiplash – Current Concepts and Future Directions

Professor Michele Sterling in conversation with Professor Lorimer Moseley

Tuesday 21 July 2015, 6.00pm – 7.15pm

Allan Scott Auditorium, Hawke Building, University of South Australia, City West campus

Panel Discussions

Morphine and Mindfulness – same room, different windows?
With Professor Mark Hutchinson, Dr Tim Semple, Georgie Davidson and Dr George Khut – Facilitated by Professor Lorimer Moseley

Wednesday 22 July 2015, 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Bradley Forum, Hawke Building level 5, University of South Australia, City West campus


Playing Tricks With The Mind – Illusion and its affect

With Dr Valeria Bellan, Eugenie Lee and Cat Jones

Wednesday 22 July 2015, 7.00pm – 8.00pm
Bradley Forum, Hawke Building level 5, University of South Australia, City West campus


McGill Pain Questionnaire
‘The McGill Pain Questionnaire’ Installation 2012 Eugenie Lee

Two artists, 2015 Synapse resident Eugenie Lee and 2014 Synapse recipient Cat Jones, have worked with Professor Lorimer Moseley investigating and contributing to the work being undertaken by the Body in Mind research team. Eugenie is an accomplished visual and installation artist and Cat an established performance and interdisciplinary artist. A third artist, who has also worked with pain researchers in clinical settings, is interactive and media artist George Poonkhin Khut.

McGill Pain Questionnaire detail
‘The McGill Pain Questionnaire’ Installation, detail 2012 Eugenie Lee

Each of the three artists have created very different, but thematically-aligned works concerned with the experience of pain and its possible management.

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  1. Thanks for posting this. There will be a podcast available of the panel discussions (not sure about the keynote).. with regards to the exhibition, unfortunately for you David, it doesn’t translate into byte sized bits!
    Links to the podcasts should be up within the next day and can be found at:

    cheers, Vicki Sowry, Director ANAT and co-producer The Art of Pain.

    1. Hey Vicki, a bit late to the party on this but many thanks for the further information and links.
      My best

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