Tomorrow Belongs To Me, 2006

The result of a five-year collaboration with Darren G. Monckton, Professor of Human Genetics at the University of Glasgow,
that looked at anticipation, the phenomenon of certain genetic conditions worsening as they are passed on from generation to generation.
The film Tomorrow Belongs to Me is based on interviews with eleven scientists who were involved in the key research that proved pivotal in establishing
the idea of anticipation as a true biological effect.

1, 4 - Tomorrow Belongs to Me (still), digital video, 18 minutes
Premiere screening at the International Myotonic Dystrophy Consortium Meeting, Quebec, 2005.
Film, book and exhibition in collaboration with Darren G. Monckton, Professor of Human Genetics at the University of Glasgow

2, 3 - Tell Me About Your Father’s Side, 2006,
Installation view from Tomorrow Belongs to Me
Lacquered plywood and steel benches, each 40 x 122 x 50cm
Hunterian Museum, Glasgow



Tomorrow Belongs To Me Monograph
Publications
DM Artist Book