Researching Resistance Exhibition

  20 January 2022

The Researching Resistance exhibition developed from a collaboration between investigative artist Simon Ryder and the University of Exeter’s AMR network, and has been curated by Dr Kelly Thornber. Featuring portraits of members of the Network, Ryder’s artistic response illustrates that antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is an issue that goes beyond disciplinary, societal and national boundaries. The collaboration built on a 2020/21 Creative Fellowship supported by the University’s Arts & Culture programme and hosted by the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health.

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Author(s): University of Exeter
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