Just opened at the Jewish Museum in Camden this ‘Tardis’ of an exhibition has been a really fascinating project to collaborate on. I have worked again with Architect Alan Farlie and lighting designer Zelina Hughes , as we did on the Shakespeare exhibit at the BM as well as with graphic designers Northover Brown. It took me right back to my university science days especially when we decided to get  geneticist Adam Rutherford’s advice on how to handle the genetic questions around illnesses such as Tay Sachs. I have made sculpture of dividing blood tubes coming from a single blood bag, and then turning into twisting strands of DNA code, which i hope illustrates the theme of how our belief in the inherited  blood line that bonds races together is actually really down to our DNA.

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