The international exhibition that shows the human body in all its wonderful essence arrives in Madrid.
The most successful anatomy exhibition in the world is in Madrid to address a highly topical issue. Body Worlds. The Rhythm of Life will bring together anatomy and the latest discoveries in health and wellness in a visually compelling, highly entertaining and educational exhibit.
From October 28, 2021, Dr. Gunther von Hagens, inventor of the plastination technique, and Dr. Angelina Whalley, creative and conceptual designer, present their most recent exhibition at Espacio 5.1 at IFEMA Madrid.
Body Worlds: The Rhythm of Life consecrates the human anatomy as a vehicle for deep knowledge of our own nature, using the most innovative exhibition elements, as well as the most didactic storytelling techniques to achieve a tour as fascinating as it is fun and enriching.
Over 1,400 m2, the exhibition will display more than 200 plastinated specimens by Dr. Gunther von Hagens, including twenty complete human bodies, as well as various body configurations, vital organs and translucent anatomical sections or slices, along with to interactive elements, 3D screens and other visually compelling multimedia proposals. All this, organized and arranged in rooms that represent the six main systems of the body: the nervous system, the cardiovascular system, the locomotor system, the respiratory system, the digestive system and the reproductive system.
An exhibition that gives us the opportunity to learn about human anatomy, physiology and health through an exhibition especially focused on our bodies and modern daily life.
Since its inception in 1995, the BODY WORLDS exhibitions have toured the globe, visiting more than 140 cities in 36 countries on five continents. In all of them, it has pulverized all the brands for its ability to offer the public a unique and lasting experience. Currently, more than 50 million people have visited one of the successive proposals orchestrated by Dr. Whalley, more than 22 million in Europe alone.
Official page of the exhibition: www.bodyworlds.es