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The expression of motion within the still life of black and white photography embodies the curious nature of forms that are simultaneously static and dynamic. Through a conversation between art and science, this installation of recent acquisitions in photography considers the motion of life as a process in natural and built environments and seeks to explore simplistic and entropic experiences. Developed by a team of undergraduate students nominated by faculty for their combined interest in art and science, these images represent their intersectional interest and serve as a visual representation between the interplay of art and science.

Curated by Macy Calder ‘21, Isabella Chalfant ‘22, Anna Mehlhorn ‘22, Sarah Morgan ‘21, Luke Mrini ‘23, Savannah Orsak ‘22, Lily Szalay ‘24, Abby Van Essendelft ‘21, and Mya White ‘21.