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Kalostasis at V&A

V&A, London

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Have you ever wondered what it feels like to step inside a pumping heart?  

Part of this year’s London Design Festival, heart researcher Dr Pablo Lamata, from the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences, and collaborators present Kalostasis, a multi-disciplinary installation exploring the inner workings of our most vital organ. 

In collaboration with  Cellule studio and Lucy Hardcastle, Kalostatis is an interactive installation enacting the unseen flow of the heart.  

Translating scientific data into an immersive experience through touch, sight and sound, the piece aims to make visible the beauty and complexity of the constant flow and motion that keeps us alive, and our body’s ability to attain a state of balance, an equilibrium key to our health.  

Come and explore the wonder of the human heart at this free event at the V&A.  

This installation is made possible thanks to King's College London and Wellcome Trust. Supported by the British Heart Foundation and Evelina Children’s Heart Organisation. 

Learn more about Kalostasis here or click register.

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