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Brad Smith, Creative Work
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Totems and Transgenics
Animations
Embryo Imaging
Embryo Imaging - When is an embryo a person? Reproductive technologies, stem cell research, cloning, and medical imaging raise moral, ethical, theological, and political questions about the human condition. Interpretations, convictions, policies, practices, and beliefs concerning the moral status of the embryo are influenced as much by what we see as by what we read, hear, or intuit. What is conveyed, implied, or suggested by the fact that the embryos in the images above are isolated, remote, independent, disconnected, absent a mother? These embryo images represent photo micrographs and magnetic resonance scans (MRI’s) created as part of the Multi-dimensional Human Embryo project.
Illustration