PICTURE FOCUS: Fascination and revulsion. . . our attitudes to some of the more 'intimate'workings of the human body are addressed in an intriguing new exhibition

The 'yuk' factor of bodily fluids is explored in 'Fluid', an exhibition by contemporary artists which examines cultural and social taboos and attitudes to the body and its functions.

Accompanying the exhibition are essays by Bryan Turner, professor of sociology at Cambridge University, and David Hopkins, senior lecturer in the history of art at Glasgow University. The exhibition opens at Wolverhampton Art Gallery on Saturday. In November, it moves to the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham and then to Middlesbrough.