The Lumenses Project
Artist and scientist Florence Razoux will be presenting the Lumenses Project, a series of creative initiatives that offers a new perspective on menstruation. She will examine how the taboo that surrounds menstruation impacts society, and especially the biomedical research. The interactive art and science installation Bloody Holidays, questioning our perception of menstruation, will be presented to the public, with the opportunity to donate menstrual blood for the making of the piece. Please get in touch with the artist if you’re interested in participating: firstname.lastname@example.org
Florence Razoux is a scientist and artist with a PhD in neuroscience and biomedical engineering. Their work bridges science, art, design and technology, and was presented in the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin (Gray Matters, 2017), MONOM, Berlin Center for Spatial Sound (Sgr-A*, 2018) and most recently ETH Zürich in Switzerland (Waddington, 2019).