Christina Lammer - Performing Surgery
In the arts-based research Performing Surgery (2015-2018) gestural aspects are explored in the operating theater. Body language, subjective and emotional dimensions in the relationships of surgeons and patients are tackled by means of visual and sensory ethnography, drawing, videoing and filmmaking.
Christina Lammer, is a research sociologist, filmmaker and lecturer based in Vienna. Her work combines sensory ethnography with video, performance and body art in hospitals and clinics to focus on embodied emotion and sensory interaction between patients and physicians during the course of medical treatment. Her most recent books: Moving Faces (2015), Anatomy Lessons (2013), edited together with Artur Zmijewski, and Empathography (2012). Lammer holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Vienna.
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