Iain Hutchison is a pioneering oral and facial surgeon; his foundation, Saving Faces, explores the nature of our expressions.
Iain Hutchison thinks deeply about our faces. In his practice at
"As a reporter I should maintain at least a pretence of objectivity, but excuse my bias on this occasion: I honestly believe that anyone who has the slightest interest in art, or any feeling for our common humanity, should go and see this exhibition."David Thomas, Telegraph
“We only see mirror images of ourselves, and we only see ourselves in freeze-frame photographic images that capture a mere fraction of the time that we live.”
“After [facial] surgery, [the patients] were perceived as being more intelligent, more friendly, more honest, less violent — and yet we hadn’t operated on their intellect or their character.”
“If you spend five minutes with somebody, you start looking beyond their facial appearance.”