London’s Science Museum hosts a lovely virtual collection of objects related to medical history. The object above is described as a “pair of artificial arms for a child, Roehampton, England, 1964, noting that the arts were somehow “gas powered” (?). The chid for whom these arms were designed is understood to be a victim of […]
Archive | February, 2012
Catching up with some unpublished photos from October 2011 — from the car crash show with celebrity “Trauma Tales” and blood wrestling at the Steve Allen Theater (10/28,29,30). Multiple sets with photos by Phil Glau, Jessica Verm, Jon Alloway, and Miles Actually. Please enjoy responsibly.
Maybe you’ve noticed: we tend to overextend ourselves. Not only does this blog cruelly stimulate and occasionally sate your need for medical curiosities, but it does double duty promoting the tenuously related activities of The Art of Bleeding Magic Ambulance crew. Squeezing in hours to actually produce those ambulance shows can itself be a distraction from […]