Many of the subjects of bioscience are also subjects of, and may be influenced by, social norms and cultural beliefs. This can create tensions especially when the science is perceived as the realm of a possibly mistrusted outsider. Cultural interventions offer the possibility of exploring such tensions in a constructive manner. This may take place at a conceptual level (e.g. https://catchyourbreath.org/ funded by Wellcome in the UK) or as a form of community exploration and development (e.g. http://www.dharavibiennale.com/ ).
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|Morrison, Cecily||2013||Beyond tokenistic participation: Using representational artefacts to enable meaningful public participation in health service design|
|Neal, Lucy||2015||Playing for Time: making art as if the world mattered|