Join us for a free evening of conversation and fresh perspectives,
as we continue to explore the ethical questions around editing our DNA.
Hear from special guests Esther Fox, a visual artist who created the film Lost Voices for our Cut + Paste exhibition, and Dr Lara Choksey, who works on modern and contemporary literature at UCL. They'll explore questions like - what does genome editing mean to those living with genetic conditions? Are we editing society? And what is ‘eugenic logic’ and its relevance in science today?
- Followed by Q&A session & creative break-outs.
- Plus ones and groups welcome.
- BSL tour of the Cut + Paste exhibition 16:30 - 17:30. Email us to book if interested.
- Please RSVP via Eventbrite with number of tickets required.
We endeavour to make this event as accessible as possible. There will be live captioning, audio description and BSL interpretation, and we have portable hearing loops available. There will also be a BSL tour of the Cut +Paste exhibition at 16:30 - 17:30. If you have any specific access requirements, would like to book the BSL tour, or questions related to accessibility, please call 0203 796 7171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org