A key aim for these works was to demystify the process of taking x-ray images and explain to patients the science behind the process in workshops with the equipment. Staff and the public were involved in bringing interest objects and revealing their structure or content by using x-rays with a qualified radiographer. The children particularly enjoyed the workshop process, seeing science being brought alive and learning with their parents seemed a mutually beneficial and fun experience. 95% of participants from the workshops said they would be interested in using the Radiology equipment again and had enjoyed the opportunity.
From these sessions we were able to collect data from the groups about what they wanted in terms of information from leaflets and staff they may meet. It was good to collect this data on their concerns in order to develop effective communication, and to combat their fears as much as possible. It is important to create (wherever possible) positive experiences within the hospital environment to reduce stress for further visits if required.
The Day I Saw Your Heart (2011) - IMDb
Production of x-ray imagery used thought the feature film produced by Vertigo Films titled: Et Soudain, Tout Le Monde Me Manque (shot in Paris during August 2010). The last x-ray exhibition scene was shot at GALERIE ANNE DE VILLEPOIX, 43, rue de Montmorency 75003 Paris. Line Producer: Farid Chaouche.
Réalisatrice: Jennifer Devoldere Acteurs: Eli: Michel Blanc Justine: Mélanie Laurent Géraldine Nakache Guillaume Gouix
BBC Persian TV, Programme TAMASHA Series 1, Episode 17 TX: 26th Nov 2009.
Interviewer: Shahriar Siami
Production: Clan Productions, London
Masterclass led by the creative British photographer, Artemi Kyriacou and Hugh Turvey
At Europe Day, Khreshatyk at 1200, or At Kyiv DigiPhoto Show (KyivExpoPlaza)at 1500 and the Best of British Science Photos will be presented at Kyiv DigiPhoto Show on 12-15 May at the KyivExpoPlaza exhibition centre.
Visions of Science is a photographic awards scheme organised by Novartis Pharmaceuticals to encourage ongoing discussion about science. Images that inspire, amuse, enthuse and make us question the world.
You are welcome to visit the Visions of Science exhibition and participate in a master class by London-based photographer Artemi Kyriacou and Hugh Turvey, one of this year’s Visions of Science winners. Their orchid flower uses X-ray photography, a traditionally scientific technique, but uses it to image a non-scientific subject. The end result is without doubt a perfect marriage of art and science.
Artemi Kyriacou and Hugh Turvey set up “Gustoimages” in London 1999 to produce creative and innovative imagery for the advertising, design, editorial and publishing industries.
Special photo exhibition Unusual UK will be presented at the Third International Exhibition Kyiv PhotoFair on 19-22 May 2005
The British Council in Ukraine presents the winners of the 2004 British Picture Editors’ Awards (http://pictureawards.net/) that recognise and reward the very best of photographic journalism throughout the UK and Ireland. The 2004 awards were presented by the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, at a ceremony in the Great Hall of the Guildhall in London, before an audience drawn from politicians, publishers, and the photographic industry.
This unusual exhibition will be presented by the British Council in Ukraine at the Third International Exhibition Kyiv PhotoFair on 19-22 May 2005 at the International Exhibition Centre.