Charlie Murphy + Studio Shillito, Tumbling + Turning (lab machine), 2022 photo: Scott Bairstow Read More

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Installation view of Brains in a Dish at Barnsley Museum's Cooper Gallery photo: Scott Bairstow Read More

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Dr Ross Paterson takes a skin sample from Charlie's arm for art-science project inspired by Professor Selina Wray's dementia research. Video still : Fergus Walsh / BBC /CreatedOutofMind/Wellcome Read More


Dr Lovejoy divides Charlie's skin sample in preparation for growing skin cells for dementia research at UCL. photo: Charlie Murphy Read More

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Cellular I , 2022 fused & slumped borosilicate glass, programmed LEDs 45 x 45x 15cm gif: Charlie Murphy Read More

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'fibroblast' and 'epithelial' (skin) cells grown for dementia research at UCL. photo: Dr Christopher Lovejoy Read More


In Vitro (still) 2020 Limited edition C type prints are available from theartistsagency online store photo : Charlie Murphy Read More


Charlie Murphy's 'in vitro' 2020 Mixed media OHP projection photo : Charlie Murphy Read More


A 'neuronal rosettes' cultured in a dish by Professor Selina Wray' s at UCL. These cells are stained to reveal different proteins for dementia research. photo : Professor Selina Wray/UCL Read More

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This microscopic Image shows Philip Ball’s neurons (brain cells) extending their axons 'in a dish' as part of Professor Wray's dementia research. Phil's participation in the Brains project inspired his book 'How to Grow a Human' published by Harper Collins (2019). photo: Dr Christopher Lovejoy. Read More


In Search of Self (I, II, III…), 2022, Charlie Murphy & Robin Bussell, Coloured & UV reactive glass, robotic UV lights, glue, nylon, 3.5m x 2m, photo: Charlie Murphy Read More


Charlie Murphy + Robin Bussell's Spontaneous Synapse at Cooper Gallery, Barnsley 2023 photo: Charlie Murphy Read More


Participants performing key principles and cellular actions involved in Professor Wray's dementia research at The Neuronal Disco. Seen here at Southbank's B(old) Festival, (London) 2018. photo:David Sanderson/ Wellcome Read More


Charlie Murphy + Robin Bussell's Spontaneous Synapse installation seen here at The Lowry, as part of 'The State of Us' Exhibition, 2019-2020 Read More


Students from Kingston School of Art respond to Charlie's Brainscan headdress which visualises brain activities through light and colour... Read More


Charlie Murphy + Robin Bussell's 'spontaneous synapse' installation Read More