- 01 - 02 Apr 2022
Angélica Dass “Humanae Project”
Her work discovers how genes, information, and heredity play important roles in many areas of our lives, and how DNA represents a fundamental resource for human being and the environment. Due of its artistic approach to scientific issues, Humanae has become part of the museum’s permanent collection.
On Friday 1 April at 6 p.m. there will be a talk in the Museum Auditorium (advance booking required, subject to availability) and on Saturday 2 April two workshops at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. will be held to discuss identity and the uniqueness of the human being, starting with a reflection on the colour of one’s own skin.