Test Tube Museum Art Display
This beautiful & unusual sculpture, by Cindy Stelmackwich is a delightful cross between art & science that was commissioned by the City of Ottawa. Read more about Cindy below.
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Cindy Stelmackowich believes that visual images are needed to pass on knowledge in science and medicine. In each of her projects she applies techniques used in medical dissection: cutting, splicing, isolating and preserving individual organs and body parts. Inspired by vintage microscopic slides and anatomical charts, SLICED is made up of images of the human eye taken from a 1920s student anatomy textbook. The images are divided into eight sections and displayed in sets of test tubes, each set representing one stage in the dissection process. Written by Sarah Patterson, Public Art Program, City of Ottawa.
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- Borosilicate (pyrex) glass: heat resistant/autoclavable
- 232x100mm tubes have reinforced rims for stoppers
- Completely unmarked for decorative use
- 32mm (~1.25"); 200mm (~8")
Note: Test tube diameter is nominal; there can be a variance of as much as +/- 0.5mm. We cannot gua
5 Stars 2017-09-07
Great product, always arrives quickly and well packaged even to the other side of the world (Australia).