DNA is artistically represented in this installation. Deoxyribonucleic acid are molecule chains that coil to form a double helix carrying the hereditary information for all living things.  The installation is a steel structure in a shape that reflects a double helix, containing moving coloured neon lights. 

The installation has been installed inside sacred spaces which engages the viewer to question topics such as science and faith and how the two subjects intertwine philosophically.

Lichfield Cathedral – The Great Exhibition 2021: Science

DNA was first displayed during Lichfield Cathedrals 2021 Great Exhibition: Science

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DNA will be on display at Winchester Cathedral in 2022