Over at Connecting the dots … Jakob Scott describes an art (and book) project involving histology slides:
A project he began, called My Sarcoma, during which Ray painted over the top of his OWN histology images, transformed Ray from a sick and dying patient back into a living and vibrant artist.
An example of collaborative art:
Each of the paintings that Ray has made during this journey has had more than just Ray’s hands involved. Indeed, to make the paintings as you see them, a surgeon had to cut out his tumor, a pathologist had to stain and mount the tissue and a screen printer had to prepare the canvas.