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Doctor – Patient
Doctor – Patient
Doctor – Patient
Doctor – Patient
Doctor – Patient
Doctor – Patient
Doctor – Patient

© the artist. Photo credit: University of Aberdeen

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A suspended sculpture consisting of scans of a healthcare professional from the University of Aberdeen (Professor John Mallard) and a member of the public (Ian Suttie) printed onto clear acrylic plastic discs. The sculpture is suspended in a manner that enables the fingertips of the two figures to be touching.

University of Aberdeen




silk screen prints in silver ink, stainless steel cable & acrylic plastic


H 450 x W 60 x D 60 cm

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commissioned for the Suttie Centre, 2009

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University of Aberdeen

University Museums, University of Aberdeen, Sir Duncan Rice Library, Bedford Road , Aberdeen AB24 3AA Scotland

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