Nowgen showcases its 'Faces of Manchester' film
10 Oct 2007
17-28 October on BBC Big Screen, Exchange Square
Nowgen, a centre for genetics in healthcare, is running a project entitled 'Faces of Manchester' to stimulate interest and discussion about the genetic, social and cultural aspects of the human face. One part of this project is a film which celebrates Manchester life and the diversity of its people. Hundreds of Manchester's people were photographed and morphed together in sequence to make this captivating short film, which will be screened by the BBC Big Screen, Manchester Arndale Centre, The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, and at The Nowgen Centre throughout Manchester Science Festival.
Portraits of Manchester
The Museum of Science and Industry and The Nowgen Centre
Nowgen have merged hundreds of photographs to produce ten single images representing Manchester's people and their interests. This exhibition reveals Manchester's average male and female and provides an opportunity to compare the fans of Manchester's rival football clubs.
'Faces of Manchester' is funded by The Wellcome Trust.
For more information, visit:
- Nowgen'Faces of Manchester' website