Nina Sellars is a scholar and visual artist, and Curator of the Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology, Melbourne University, Australia. Sellars lectures in anatomy for artists and is a trained prosector (i.e. dissector of cadavers for medical display). Her arts practice hybridizes the disciplines of art, science and humanities and focuses on the contemporary and historical influence of anatomy on our understanding of the body, identity and subjectivity. Classically trained in drawing and photography her artwork now extends into tissue engineering and light installations; as her interest in anatomy has taken her from working in art studios and anatomy & biology labs to working in physics labs and medical imaging facilities – here she critically engages with the cultural implications of anatomy.