New work supported by The Royal Scottish Academy Morton Award for lens based media 2014
A global project looking at the surreal robotic patients used for medical teaching and training with a residency at the Scottish Clinical Simulation Centre.
This ongoing project has taken place in centres in USA and Canada and will be published and exhibited in the near future.
I’m honoured to premiere my new film Sim Scenario and other works from The Sim Project at The Royal Scottish Academy Annual exhibition. I’m also delighted that my photograph “Sim Man, NYSim, Bellevue Hospital, Manhattan, New York” has won the RSA Muirhead Purchase Award and will enter the Royal Scottish Academy permanent collection. This project was made possible generous support from RSA Morton Award (for photography and film) which I received in 2014. I have been documenting the robotic patients used for medical teaching at the Scottish Centre for Simulation at Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert as well as looking at global trends in Medical Simulation with visits to NYSim in Manhattan, New York and others in North America. Thank you to RSA and the Morton Award committee for this valuable opportunity. The project has taken me to even more wonderful places in what feels like a hidden world. I am absolutely fascinated by the world of medical simulation and feel very much at the beginning of a larger global project. I welcome suggestions of funding sources to continue this work. Thanks also to the staff at all the simulation centres I visited in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Especially to […]