TuDiabetes Talks Episode 8 – Diabetes Artist Justus Harris

This week Cynthia talks to artist Justus Harris about his diabetes-related art and the intersection between creative expression and living with a chronic condition.

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TuDiabetes Talks with Diabetes Artist Justus Harris 5pm PT

Justus HarrisJustus Harris, is an international exhibiting artist and technologist whose work is informed by his experiences living with type 1 diabetes. He uses art and technology in new ways to educate and inspire people to understand diabetes and the body. His 3D printed Diabetes Data Sculptures have been featured at the DiabetesMine D-Data Exchange conference at Stanford School of Medicine, MedScape.com, The Compound Gallery in Oakland, CA, and most recently at the CHI 2016 (human-computer interaction conference) in San Jose, CA.

He recently started a new blog, translatediabetes.com, dedicated to highlighting art, multidisciplinary work, and people from many backgrounds who creatively explore diabetes. He works with and artists, scientists, doctors, among many others in line with the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) movement in education.

He is based between Chicago and the West Coast and is an alumni and portfolio evaluator for The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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