The Body Is A Big Place by Helen Pynor and Peta Clancy

Featuring a 5-channel projection screen depicting people underwater while a device pumped water through two suspended pig’s hearts, this exhibit is meant to evoke the feelings of people awaiting organ transplants. Check out some videos below:

(via: Leonardo Electronic Almanac)

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