- Title Pages
- Introduction: the sense of the senses
- 1. Appropriations across disciplines: the future of art and anthropology collaborations<sup>1</sup>
- 2. Spiti: some notes on the practice of documentary photography
- 3. Random Manhattan: thinking and moving beyond text
- 4. Exile, the sorrow of time and place
- 5. <i>Boru-vedak</i> (a work of lies): looking for Libeskind in Sri Lanka
- 6. The saving face of death: anthropology and the scene of knowing
- 7. Transplant
- 8. Ochlophonic Study: Hong Kong
- 9. The Castaways Project
- 10. <i>Air Pressure</i>: a sound film
- 11. Sounds from Dangerous Places: Chernobyl
- 12. Contest Behaviour
- 13. Films about ordinary people: the Japanese home drama and virtual ethnography
- 14. Balkan Rhapsodies: 78 Measures of War
- 15. <i>Sweetgrass</i>: ‘Baaaaaaah. Bleeeeeeet’
- 16. <i>Cottonopolis</i>: cinematography, ethnography, historiography and texture
- 17. <i>Christmas with Wawa</i>: a video experiment with Yolngu aesthetics
- 18. Sensing cultures: cinema, ethnography and the senses
- 19. After cultural theory: the power of images, the lure of immediacy<sup>1</sup>
- DVD contents
- (p.108) 7. Transplant
- Beyond text?
- Manchester University Press
Transplant is a project comprised of materials gathered while photographer Tim Wainwright and John Wynne were artists-in-residence for a year at Harefield Hospital just outside London, one of the world’s leading centres for heart and lung transplantation. The video presented here was developed alongside a large-scale gallery installation and an award-winning half-hour radio piece commissioned by BBC Radio 3 and was originally designed as a DVD to accompany a book of essays and photographs, also entitled Transplant.
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