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"Messing With Gender, Race, and Biopolitics", "This Mess We're In" exhibition catalogue, SymboticA UWA, October 2018

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It is 200 years since Mary (Wollstonecraft) Shelley wrote and published her seminal work Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus. This Gothic-Romantic novel explores technologies emerging in chemistry as a science in 1818. Cutting, dissecting and manipulating biology to create something living was by no means a new concept to Shelley’s Modern Prometheus. Nor has it died out of fashion: the science of biological manipulation that dawned during Western Enlightenment continues today.
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