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I:DNA Multimedia Science & Art Installation

In September 2019, an innovative new touring art installation I:DNA was launched, bringing fresh perspectives on the lived experience of families and individuals affected by genetically-inherited conditions, and their reactions to genomic medicine.
The installation was created using data from research undertaken by Prof Felicity Boardman and Dr Corinna Clark (Warwick Medical School) and funded by the Wellcome Trust. The project has been brought to life through a collaboration with STAMP Theatre and Media Productions CIC.
Read the background to I:DNA here

See the I:DNA sculpture in IBRB

The sculpture that formed the focal point of the installation can now be viewed in the atrium of the IBRB building (Gibbet Hill Campus) (see Map for location)

To view/hear the video and soundscape that accompanies the sculpture click here






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The research

Learn more about the Imagining Futures research programme which inspired and informed the installation

Creating I:DNA

Learn about the process, from funding to touring with I:DNA, including a short documentary film

The team behind I:DNA

About the I:DNA team, led by Professor Felicity Boardman (WMS), with Dr Corinna Clark (WMS), Esther Appleyard-Fox, and STAMP CIC, plus our many contributors

Tour events and venues

All of the festivals, events, and venues that were part of the I:DNA tour

What our visitors thought

Hear what visitors to the installation and participants to our events said.


Links to our online resources and publications


Read about our engagement, involvement, and education activities, including links to Warwick Institute of Engagement

Contact us

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss I:DNA or the Imagining Futures research, or if you have any questions or feedback

There are several ways you can get in touch with us.

  • You can email the WMS team at
  • You can contact us via twitter
  • Or you can contact us via this form