In 'Las Dos Hebras', the Colombian photographer June Juno is exploring the molecular and symbolic connection that connects her and her twin sister.
Photographs in this series use the history of genetics - developed by scientists like Rosalind Franklin - to explore the representation of DNA, the molecule that contains instructions for human development. The double helix that makes up its structure serves as a symbol for exploring the differences and similarities between two bodies and their features. In a visual universe that combines mystery, experience, hypothesis, and evidence, aesthetics typical of scientific research are combined with timeless portraits and personal snapshots.
Las dos hebras (The two strands) - the collection brings together molecular diagnostic images of the author and her sister, microscopic photographs taken in fertility labs, archive material about genetics and other related photographs that invite us to examine what makes us similar.