Societal implications of consumer genetics investigated in new film

One person’s saliva can be the beginning of a love story.

The recent advent of consumer genetics, which provides people access to their genetic information, means DNA, including that found in saliva, can tell intensely personal stories. “T3511,” a short film created by Heather Dewey-Hagborg, follows her own increasingly obsessive relationship with an anonymous donor’s DNA obtained through a saliva sample. The film was screened at the Broad Art Center on Friday along with a panel...

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