Eidolon

Beverley Hood, Pauline Goldsmith, Freya Jeffs, Stanley Pattison

Research output: Other contribution

Abstract

Eidolon is an interdisciplinary and participatory live art project, exploring the relationship between the body and technology. It brings together artists, performers, medics and technicians, at the Scottish Centre for Simulation & Clinical Human Factors (SCSCHF), Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert, astate-of-the-art professional training facility, providing simulation based medical education.Collaborators include the staff of medics, nurses and technicians at the SCSCHF, dancer Freya Jeffs, and actors Stanley Pattison and Pauline Goldsmith. Eidolon explores the emotive and psychological potential of SCSCHF's mid and high fidelity manikins, embodied with physical responses and situated within two multipurpose simulation suites, representing clinical hospital locations (theatre and ward) as core constructs within a live performance. 
Eidolon is an intimate, context specific, live art project, developed through collaboration between interdisciplinary partners, for the unique setting of the simulation spaces of the SCSCHF. Eidolon is funded by Creative Scotland, The University of Edinburgh and The Wellcome Trust.
Original languageEnglish
TypeEidolon is an interdisciplinary and participatory live art project
PublisherCollection of creative work
Place of PublicationForth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2016

Keywords

  • Eidolon
  • Performance
  • technology
  • Simulation
  • Scotland
  • digital
  • BODY

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  • Eidolon

    Hood, B.

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    Project: University Awarded Project Funding

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