Tina is an artist on an AHRC/ACE fellowship at UCL. She is working in an institute of Cognitive Science, allied with people like Dan Glaser, whom I met last year at the Royal Institution of Great Britain meeting on 'The Future of Our Memories'. Tina is presenting just now in the JMI Tomorrow's People meeting, discussing her work related to science and the body. I caught up with Tina last night at the conference banquet. She had read my article from CTHEORY on Gunter von Hagens, from 3 years ago and mentions his BodyWorlds exhibit in her talk. Originally from Sydney, Tina was also talking about ideas that explore the emotional response to bodies in action and how, for example, sporting actions provoke such great contrasts of feelings for people. Tina describes that her work is about human vulnerability and intimacy.