Lokal med föremål från utställningen Borderland.
Lokal med föremål från utställningen Borderland.

Borderlands is the first exhibition to be shown in The Cell and comprises three works by the Australian artist Helen Pynor, with fellow Australian artist Peta Clancy a co-author of one of the works. 


The borderland between life and death

The Body is a Big Place, Helen Pynor and Peta Clancy.


A fusion of science and art where boundaries are blurred and new perspectives are created. Borderlands is a unique exhibition by the artist Helen Pynor. Explore Pynor’s emotional and thought-provoking works that show the fascinating and sometimes controversial aspects of the human body’s existence.

Helen Pynor arbetar med verket The Body is a Big Place

Helen Pynor

Helen Pynor is an interdisciplinary Artist and Researcher whose practice explores philosophically, experientially and materially ambiguous zones, such as the life-death boundary, the inter-subjective nature of organ transplantation, and the collapse of the animate-inanimate boundary in relation to prosthetics.

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A stage for life science

The Cell is a unique meeting place for exhibitions, stage performances, educational school programs, talks and meetings. Here, art is at the center as a method for exploring and understanding the interplay between life science, technology and innovation.

The Cell