ConnectSavannah.com | 01.11.17
D&S artist-in-residence Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s work has been profiled in Connect Savannah.
“For me, it was this moment of revelation of human vulnerability,” she recalls. “It was this question of how much can I learn about a stranger from a hair? How much do these little bits of ourselves we leave behind say about ourselves on a genetic level?”