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Blumhouse.com | 11.02.16

This Artist Uses Total Strangers’ DNA to Create Terrifying 3D Portraits

Gregory Burkart, Heather Dewey-Hagborg

D&S artist-in-residence Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s work was recently profiled on Blumhouse.

Undoubtedly the most shocking (but fascinating) of Dewey-Hagborg’s projects is “Stranger Visions,” which she launched in 2013 to much acclaim. The work not only stunned the art community, but sparked the curiosity of the scientific world… for disturbing reasons I’ll get into shortly.

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