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Artist Esther Fox explores genetic screening, disability and the ethical discussions surrounding her right to exist, in Pandora’s Box, her forthcoming sculptural installation in the Science Museum’s ‘Who Am I?’ Gallery. She spoke to Anne Teahan about the work.

A portrait photograph of artist Esther Fox, she is smiling.

Esther Fox. Photograph by Moose Azim.

Artist Esther Fox explores genetic screening, disability and the ethical discussions surrounding her right to exist, in Pandora’s Box, her forthcoming sculptural installation in the Science Museum’s ‘Who Am I?’ gallery. She spoke to Anne Teahan about the work.

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Exhibition shot of Esther Fox's painting installation a series of lines. An adult and two children are pointing at the work.

Esther Fox's 'A Series of Lines' on display.

Artist Esther Fox explores genetic screening, disability and the ethical discussions surrounding her right to exist, in Pandora’s Box, her forthcoming sculptural installation in the Science Museum’s ‘Who Am I?’ gallery. She spoke to Anne Teahan about the work.

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A photograph of Esther Fox's Decadent New Assortments featuring genetic style code in bright colours.

Esther Fox, Decadent New Assortments.

Artist Esther Fox explores genetic screening, disability and the ethical discussions surrounding her right to exist, in Pandora’s Box, her forthcoming sculptural installation in the Science Museum’s ‘Who Am I?’ gallery. She spoke to Anne Teahan about the work.

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