“Yea, those are human brains.”
I’m looking into a wooden display cabinet with Stephanie Stewart Bailey.
“It's kind of like a yellowy color they're in right now because they're still leaching liquid and blood and just different pigments and that's just a natural process,” she says.
We’re in the SOMA district of San Francisco and Stewart Bailey is showing me around her tiny, bedroom-sized museum. You could walk down the quiet alley it’s on and easily miss it.