THE SURGICAL STAGE | Meagan Wu
Meagan Wu is an undergraduate at Stanford University majoring in Art Practice and minoring in Biology with premedical studies. In addition to portraiture and figure drawing, she is interested in clinical anatomy and the intersection of art and medicine. Wu believes that exploration of the human body and its distortions in figure and space shows how physical abnormalities and illness should not just be tied to disease and death but viewed as a process of self-dissection. Her work has been exhibited at the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford Art Gallery, and the Gunn Foyer Gallery of McMurtry, as well published in a peer-reviewed medical journal. In her free time, she enjoys photography, travel, and playing the cello.