DNA: Photographic Organisms

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Margarita Macdonald, Extraction 3, 2014

Margarita Macdonald, Extraction 3, 2014

Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is the molecule that encodes genetic instructions used in development and functioning of all living organisms. Nearly every cell in our bodies has the same DNA, making it our primary individual identifier and therefore a most apt name for an exhibition in which many distinct persons express their identities through photography.

Date: April 30–May 11
Location: Gallery 1313, 1313 Queen St W., Toronto ON

This guest post by Samantha Detwiler is brought to you by Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. For the complete schedule of events and exhibitions, please visit www.scotiabankcontactphoto.com

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