Oxford University School of Geography
Sebastian Abrahamsson is a phd student at the School of Geography, Oxford University. Since 2006 he has been working on a thesis that maps the journey, transformations and trajectories of a mummified body, tracing its encounters with archaeologists, scientists, radiologists and artists. His research interests include, but are not limited to, the philosophy of the body, philosophy of space and time, museum studies, political theory and science and technology studies.
ArticlesThe German anatomist and artist Gunther von Hagens’s exhibition Body Worlds has toured Europe, Asia and the US several times, provoking both interest and dismay, fascination and disgust. This “original exhibition of real human...Read more