A gruesome exhibition called Bodies Revealed, at Birmingham's Custard Factory, shows in gory, sinewy detail the complexities of the human body. It runs until 30 January 2010.
Inside one of several exhibition rooms at the Custard Factory-based gallery.
Only body parts and skeletons are exhibited behind glass.
A complete skeleton behind glass provides an eerie reflection.
One of the 10 Chinese natives who allowed their bodies to be used for medical science.
Dr Roy Glover, anatomist and the exhibition's chief medical director, describes the subject's brain.
One of the student assistants examines a subject's rib cage.
Many of the exhibits are shown in a range of sporting poses. Here, one man is holding a bow.
Altering the camera's shutter speed produces this distorted image of the foetus exhibits. The low-level lighting can make you feel as though you are in a science-fiction film.
The children who have been preserved enable you to see how delicate their bodies are.
One of the attendants reads a plaque explaining the stages of development of a baby.
Gruesome yet fascinating - a corpse is sawn in half.
A visitor inspects a skeleton's spinal cord.
This exhibit allows visitors to see everything that goes on inside the body.
Dr Glover inspects another of the preserved bodies.
Outside the exhibition at the Custard Factory. Not the easiest place to find.
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