[ RadSafe ] X-Ray Art: A Deeper Look at Everyday Objects

Vos, C.S. (Kees) C.S.Vos at uu.nl
Tue Feb 11 02:51:51 CST 2014

Dear radsafe readers,

I'm not familiair with the US laws involved in regulation of radiation. So please, which part of your laws justified the use of X-ray in this kind of art.

Kees Vos
Utrecht University
The Netherlands 

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Van: radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu [mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] Namens Cary Renquist
Verzonden: maandag 10 februari 2014 20:46
Aan: radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu
Onderwerp: [ RadSafe ] X-Ray Art: A Deeper Look at Everyday Objects

Turvey, artist in residence at the British Institute of Radiology, has continued his work to show the hidden interiors of everyday objects: ""I view most of the world around me in terms of how I imagine it is internally and how it would look if we were to try and x-ray it." Learn what motivates him in this Smithsonian profile:
X-Ray Art: A Deeper Look at Everyday Objects http://j.mp/1dCEpRw

Cary Renquist
crenquist at isotopeproducts.com or cary.renquist at ezag.com

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