BODIES of KNOWLEDGE: Gender, Sex, Science, and Medicine

This year’s art exhibit encourages viewers to reflect on their own and others’ experiences around gender, science, and medicine. Gendered and racialized identities must be considered when discussing the medical field. How do we stay conscious of the disparate treatment of bodies? How do our relationships with our bodies inform our creative processes? We hope that the works included in this exhibit will spark a discussion about these and other important questions concerning the interactions between gender, science, and medicine, and how these forces intersect in our everyday lives.

Curated by Anika Bednar ’23, Burton Scheer ’25, and Sascha Tappan ’25.

For more information about the symposium, check out the GSS website!