February 1 – March 3, 2019 | Rubinstein Art Center at Duke University
(In)visible Organ is an experiment in storytelling, medical technology, and art that explores the truths, perceptions, and emotions unveiled by the cervix. This exhibit involves visual art, medical photography, sculptures, and installations, accompanied by in-depth interviews of women’s experiences with the Calla device. (In)visible Organ is a space that disrupts the narrative of invisibility and shame surrounding sexual and reproductive health by empowering cis women, trans men, and non-binary people to become active agents of their own bodies.
See the list of artists participating.
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