Photographer Richard Barnes discusses his ongoing project “Animal Logic” examining how our relationship to the natural world is reflected in natural history collections. Outcomes of the project include exhibitions at the UMMA and Cranbrook Institute of Science, and a book.
In Conjunction with the UM LSA theme semester “Meaningful Objects: Museums in the Academy,” and in partnership with Cranbrook, the UM Museum of Art, the Institute for the Humanities, and the Exhibit Museum of Natural History.
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