Using 3D Printing Technology to Explore Identity Heather Dewey-Hagborg, an ITP alumnus currently making waves with her “Probably Chelsea” art installation, was recently featured in a New York Times article about the Seattle Art Fair and women in the art world. Dewey-Hagborg’s project, which uses DNA from Chelsea Manning to create potential facial appearances, which […]
“Probably Chelsea,” a touring art installation by Heather Dewey-Hagborg, uses DNA from Chelsea Manning to generate facial models, which were then 3D printed on equipment at the LaGuardia Studio. Manning was sentenced to prison for passing government secrets to WikiLeaks and was later pardoned by President Barack Obama. The exhibit and the models produced at the LaGuardia Studio were also featured on the Getty Images site.