You’ve seen the advertisements. You’ve seen the interviews on television. You’ve heard about it from your friends. The internationally renowned “Body Worlds” is now in Ankara, and Nova was selected as the interpreter at the opening press conference and dinner.
According to their website, Body Worlds is the original anatomical exhibition series displaying authentic human bodies, willed by donors through the Institute for Plastination’s Body Donor Program, and preserved using a process called plastination. Invented by Dr. von Hagens, plastination is a groundbreaking process in which real human specimens are preserved through the science of plastination. The specimens resulting from the revolutionary process are called plastinates. Plastinates show the inner workings of the body and the striking whole-body specimens show the human body in real-life poses, like never seen before.
To date more than 34 million people throughout the world have visited BODY WORLDS exhibitions,
making them the most successful traveling exhibitions of all time.
The exhibition is open to the public from 10:00am-10:00pm starting on September 6.