A Cabinet of Disorders
June 2017

In a system as complicated as the human body, with such variation of form and function and adaptation, there is much that can go wrong. And as far as medical technology has advanced, especially in the last hundred years, there's still so much that we're only partially equipped to deal with. How we deal with the problems that do arise -- personally and societally -- may bring out significant human qualities: innovation, empathy, perseverance, and adaptability. It is in this way that this collection of maladies and ailments, common or unique, offers not only a look at our weakness, but at our strengths.

Patient 39

by Dan Clifton
FILM

Nulepsy

by Jessica Sarah Rinland
FILM

Despertar (Awake)

by Marta Medina Del Valle
FILM

Slom (Breakdown)

by David Lovrić
FILM

Estereoscopía (Stereoscopy)

by Xacio Baño
FILM

Orgesticulanismus

by Mathieu Labaye
FILM

In Crystal Skin

by Michaela O'Brien
FILM

Huntington’s Disease Neuron

by Gist Croft
FILM

Free the Mind

by Phie Ambo
FILM

COLORCONDITION

by Jason Chew Rodrigo Valles
FILM

Nzara '76

by Jon Noble
FILM

The Lion's Mouth Opens

by Lucy Walker
FILM

Stick

by Martha Goddard
FILM

Peau (Skin)

by Marine Koenig
FILM

In Vivid Detail

by Dara Bratt
FILM

Every Palsy Has its Silver Lining

by Adela Komrzyova
FILM

Airy Me

by Yoko Kuno
FILM

abNormal

by Barry J. Gibb
FILM
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