Since 2007, the Radiology Art project has been underway. This project shows various modern objects and provides an inner visualization (literally) of them via CT Scan.
Physician, Satre Stuelke, founded the Project while he was a medical student at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. Stuelke acquired the images using an old four-slice CT scanner and everyday items such as children’s toys, electronics, and even food! The project is designed for patients to relate to radiology procedures that they go through during their medical treatments.
At Rosetta, 4 out of 5 of our on-site radiologists either earned fellowships or degrees at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, so you might consider us a little biased, but we consider this, and all types of radiology, to be art in itself.
For those of you readers out there with less medicinal taste in regards to your art preferences, New York City is still a great place to find it. This week, the Whitney Museum of American Art will be hosting their annual Whitney Art Party at the Skylight Soho. Proceeds will benefit their world redound Independent Study Program (ISP). Enjoy displays by contributing artist followed by an auction.
For more information about the Annual Whitney Art Party or the Whitney Museum of American Art, visit their website. See you there!