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Reassembling the Self by Susan Aldworth

Reassembling The Self started as a collaboration between artist Susan Aldworth and a team of neuroscientists and clinicians at the Institute of Neuroscience at Newcastle University, UK.

Centred in a study of the condition of schizophrenia, it weaves together art, science, psychiatry and individual histories in an extraordinary exploration of self, perception and the fragility of human identity.

Exhibition runs from 16 September until 11 October 2014

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Pufferfish photobombs diver in Hawaii in amazing shot 
“A diver off Hawaii’s Kohala coast was upstaged by a photobombing pufferfish.
Regan Mizuguchi was taking a photo as he dived with his GoPro camera when he caught the attention of the scene-stealing sea creature.
"I had placed my GoPro camera on the ocean floor and was experimenting taking images when I noticed the fish bobbing through the water," he told Metro. “It was only after I reviewed the images that I noticed it had completely blocked out my face in one of the shots. I couldn’t believe how perfect it was.”
(via Daily News)

kqedscience:

Pufferfish photobombs diver in Hawaii in amazing shot 

A diver off Hawaii’s Kohala coast was upstaged by a photobombing pufferfish.

Regan Mizuguchi was taking a photo as he dived with his GoPro camera when he caught the attention of the scene-stealing sea creature.

"I had placed my GoPro camera on the ocean floor and was experimenting taking images when I noticed the fish bobbing through the water," he told Metro. “It was only after I reviewed the images that I noticed it had completely blocked out my face in one of the shots. I couldn’t believe how perfect it was.”

(via Daily News)