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Dosavannah.com | 01.03.17

Telfair’s Pulse Art + Technology Festival packed with interactive art and more

Kristopher Monroe

D&S artist-in-residence Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s work was profiled in this piece by Do Savannah.

In a related piece, artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg has created facial portraits based on the DNA profile of leftover genetic material found in discarded trash, like chewing gum and cigarette butts. The results are both fascinating and deeply creepy.

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